Imagine being ready to welcome your new car or waiting for your car to come home after a period of repairs by the mechanic. If you are passionate about engines, this wait could become even unnerving. For some, however, it turned into a “tragedy”. This is the case with the owner of one Ferrari Enzo that he could no longer get behind the wheel of his Cavallino supercar after it was involved in an accident that practically destroyed it. The incident took place on the island of Guernsey, in Jersey, a region of Great Britain.
The racing car of the Maranello brand collided with one Honda Jazz, with the Japanese subcompact that has reported several damages, certainly less expensive than those that happened to Enzo. Some motorists have taken photos and videos of the incident, with the materials disseminated on the net that show the two cars stopped with the damaged bodywork not far from each other. According to information reported by the Jersey Evening Post, the Ferrari Enzo was driven by a driver at the time of the accident, with the latter having first hit the pavement following a rear-end collision but it is not clear whether it was the Jazz that hit. the Red from Maranello or if the Honda family member was involved at a later time.
The Ferrari Enzo was produced in Maranello from 2002 to 2004 for a very few wealthy and lucky collectors. Under the hood a roaring V12 placed in a longitudinal position capable of delivering 660 hp and 657 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm, combined with the six-speed electro-hydraulic sequential gearbox. With these numbers, the Enzo was able to cover the sprint from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.65 seconds and to reach a speed of over 350 km / h. Only 399 units were produced that brought extreme solutions and a low weight of only 1,255 kg, also the result of the use of aluminum and titanium, the latter for the suspensions.
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