When people wreck their cars, for the most part, they tend to just rebuild it to its original state. But why not take it one step further? In fact, why not take a giant leap further and create a vehicle that will eventually end up taking part in the Bonneville Speed Week? Take Richard Losee, for example. Mr. Losee crashed his Ferrari Enzo back in 2006 when he was taking part in a rally. Instead of just replacing the same parts with comparable pieces, he one-upped the restore. Now his stock 6.0 liter V12 engine produces a staggering 850hp while a standard Enzo only produces 651hp. Can we say, "Upgrade?"
Next to the engine upgrade, this Enzo also gets slimmer tires, an aerodynamics-enhancing carbon-fiber nose, and a lowered suspension. The car’s new nose will help it be aerodynamically stable at speeds of around 300 mph (483 km/h). As of right now, no one has confirmed the turbocharged Enzo’s top speed, but we are thinking it will be plenty higher than the 217mph delivered with a standard Enzo.
Keep a look out for this Ferrari Enzo as it takes part in the Bonneville Speed Week this week in the Great Salt Lake Desert in Bonneville, Utah.