The Enzo will be 20 years old in 2022
400 Ferrari Enzo were built
Already 50,000 kilometers after just three years
But in 2006 there was an abrupt turn in the history of the “MM Enzo”. At a charity event in Utah, Losee lost control of his Enzo on a closed road at 332 km/h. It was completely destroyed in this crash and it took Losee over a year to fully recover.
The V12 was converted to biturbo and is said to produce 800 hp
Now with over 800 hp, Losee wanted to set a speed record on a salt lake in 2010. With a top speed of almost 382 km/h, it was able to significantly exceed the top speed of 355 km/h specified by the factory. After the high-speed run, however, it became quiet around the “MM Enzo”.
Just recently he posted a photo showing that the Enzo has now clocked up over 147,000 kilometers (91,530 miles). Unbelievable but true, the Enzo now functions as an everyday car, regardless of the wind and weather. While probably 99 percent of Enzo owners wouldn’t even think about taking their sweetheart out of the garage when it rains, the “MM Enzo” is also driven in the snow. A special tire carrier was even specially made for this purpose, which makes it possible to take a complete second set of wheels with you.
But the tire carrier isn’t the Enzo’s only custom build. Many years ago, Losee ordered a second set of gullwing doors from which he had the top part removed, so that the Enzo mutated into a Targa. As a video shows, the doors can be replaced with relatively little effort.
At this point it should be clear that this Ferrari Enzo has had an eventful car life and is anything but a garage queen. The countdown to the 100,000 mile mark (160,000 kilometers) has now started and it will be exciting to see whether the Enzo will still reach this milestone in 2022.