Modifying such an expensive and exclusive car may give some pause. But if you have good taste (and a substantial bank account), then why not? We all have a hedonist part of us that needs to be satisfied from time to time. And, what better way to do that than with a multi-million dollar Ferrari Enzo ZXX built by Edo Competition?
The performance of the original Enzo is certainly nothing to sneeze at. With a 6.0L V12 engine making 651 hp, there’s enough power to push it to 62 mph (100 kph) in 3.6 seconds and to 124 mph (200 kph) in 10.3 seconds. It crushes the 1/4-mile in 11 seconds flat and boasts a drag-limited top speed of 221 mph (355 kph.) Compare it to the beefed-up version by Edo Competition, however, and those numbers seem almost anemic.
For the ZXX, engine output is increased to an incredible 840 hp, which translates to a 0-62 mph time of 3.2 seconds, a 0-124 mph time of 9 seconds, and an estimated top speed of 241 mph. That a pretty big performance bump in any book.
It should go without saying that a substantial amount of effort went into realizing this gain. The entire engine was reworked – displacement upped to 6.3 liters, new camshafts added, and new titanium valve spring retainers and connecting rods introduced. The cylinder heads were modified and a custom exhaust mixed in to support the flow.
Transmission shift times were reduced to 60 milliseconds from 110 milliseconds. And, a fully adjustable race suspension means it’s a handful on the street, but an absolute beast at the track. The aero package is totally unique and designed to increase downforce and stability at high speeds. New features include custom ground effects, rear skirt, adjustable rear wing profile, and retractable rear wing with a taller flap, and more.
There’s a lot going on – even more than I care to list here. But, when you’re spending so much money what do you expect. And that brings us to an important question. How much does a custom Ferrari Enzo ZXX from Edo Competition cost? Well, in 2018, expect to pay a minimum of $2.4 million for a decent stock Enzo alone. Add on all the upgrades and consider the substantial labor and you’re looking at another $1 million on top. So, for about $3.5 million, or the price of a brand new Ferrari LaFerrari, you can have one, too.Learn More Here