top speed


Asked by Aug 23, 2008 at 02:55 PM about the 2003 Ferrari Enzo

Question type: General

what is the top speed and 0-60 time of a ferrari enzo?

15 Answers


0-60 about 3.5, top speed about just over 200


0-60 in 3.15 sec top speed is roughly 225-230mph


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Depends on gearing, most came with slightly shorter gearing because you don't really need that sort of top speed. shorter gears means better response, which is what people prefer


well I know for a fact the enzo goes 220 stock. No you dont need that kind of speed but when your that rich and are eligible to buy an enzo (ferrari was only selling them to people who owned a certain # of ferraris previously) you wouldn't care.


every1 says 218, but with more distance it can go well over 220.


Yeah too right. If they would drop the gearing to a top speed of about 180, the 0-60 would either be 2.8 or something, or there would be too much wheelspin.(Or give it more downforce to help handling) Either way it is a magnificant piece of engineering.


Who cares! The point is that the Ferrari Enzo is the greatest car ever created and its going to stay that way forever!

2.3 seconds


wat about the top speed? lol


340-350 KM/H I would prefer LP640


Ferrari Enzo Specs (taken from official Ferrari website): 6L V12 naturaly aspirated engine (mid-mounted) 660 hp 485 lb-ft torque 0-60: 3.65 s Top Speed: 350 km/h (218 mph) Price: $1.4 million (approx.) Weight:1368 kg (3009 lbs)

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No, the greatest car ever was the McLaren F1, period.

F1 Haaaaaaaa don't make me luff. f1 maybe fast but its expensive enzo these day came with 3M

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