July 14, 2024


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A Ferrari Enzo V12 Engine

A Ferrari Enzo V12 Engine

This is a Ferrari Enzo F140B V12 motor, it was designed by the Italian automaker as a substitute device, and it remains in its unique manufacturing facility crate.

Just 399 examples of the Ferrari Enzo were at first developed, a 400th car or truck was then built in 2004 and donated to the Vatican. It was auctioned off for charity and raised $1.1 million USD.

The auto was named for Enzo Ferrari, the company’s bigger-than-life creator who launched Ferrari back in 1939 as Car Avio Costruzioni owing to the point that he couldn’t legally use the identify Ferrari for four years from 1939 onwards because of to an settlement soon after he remaining Alfa Romeo.

Earlier mentioned Movie: This is the initial Best Gear episode masking the Ferrari Enzo, this automobile truly belongs to Nick Mason from Pink Floyd and he will make an visual appearance in the film.

The to start with Ferrari-badged car would appear in 1947, the 125 S, which started a extensive development of V12-driven automobiles with the prancing horse badge affixed to the hood.

The Ferrari Enzo would be unveiled in 2002 at the Paris Motor Show and these who experienced ordered the earlier Ferrari F40 and Ferrari F50 have been offered precedence. All 399 allotted automobiles marketed just before manufacturing began.

The design of the Enzo was notable for a number of causes, it integrated a slew of Components 1 systems and some things that are banned in F1, like energetic aerodynamics. The automobile experienced a recorded prime speed of 355 km/h (or 221 mph) with a -62 mph time of 3.1 seconds and an 11 2nd quarter mile time.

Ferrari Enzo Supercar

Image DescriptionThe 65º 6. liter V12 is put in amidships providing the motor vehicle 44% – 56% entrance – rear weight distribution. Image courtesy of Ferrari.

All of this was feasible thanks to the 65º V12 mounted driving the driver. The Tipo F140B V12 has a displacement of 6. liters, it’s a in a natural way-aspirated motor with double overhead cams for each financial institution, four valves per cylinder, variable valve timing, fuel injection, and it produces 660 bhp at 7,800 rpm with 485 lb ft of torque at 5,500 rpm.

The engine you see below is an unused unique case in point that remains in its manufacturing facility crate. It’ll almost certainly be bought by an Enzo owner who wants a spare engine on standby, it could also market to a collector, and there is a smaller possibility it’ll sell to a lunatic who would like to set it in a Fiero.

If you’d like to red additional about the engine or sign up to bid you can check out the listing here. It is owing to be made available by RM Sotheby’s on the 10th of December in Miami and at the time of composing there is no price tag information.

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Images courtesy of Alex Penfold ©2021 RM Sotheby’s

Ferrari Enzo V12 Engine In Crate