Crashed Edo Competition Ferrari Enzo FXX Evoluzione being prepared for track comeback

Back in September of 2011, an Edo Competition Ferrari Enzo FXX Evoluzione became the talk of the auto world after it plunged hood first into the waters of the Atlantic Ocean during its run at the Targa Newfoundland 2011.

As a result of its oceanic plunge, the Enzo suffered severe damages that shot up to over $100,000. But here’s where it gets interesting; 56-year-old supecar dealer Zahir Rana owns the aforementioned race car and has already brought the car back to Edo Competition in Germany to get it fixed and re-tuned to become bigger, better, and faster than what it previously was.

After all the work is done on the car, Rana plans on heading back to the Targa Newfoundland with his fully repaired Enzo boasting of even more power - a whopping 950 horsepower - than its previous 860-horsepower incarnation.

"Next year I’m going back again with twenty cars. All my friends and clients are now envious," Rana said. "I’m looking forward to it."

Certainly, Mr. Rana; you’re not the only one who’s looking forward to seeing the reborn Enzo in all its glorious power. Just be sure to keep on the road the next time.


4 comments:

I’m quite disappointed for this car for it costs a fortune, and it doesn’t seem appreciated. I’m hoping for its come back soon for better concepts.

Whoa! That was a huge money! I am hoping for its comeback to be a success. And 950 horsepower is really that good for this. What a powerful car to be!!

Well, we couldn’t control the car with it’s 860 horsepower even if it’s in a well-ventilated car. But what’s most interesting is that whatever the damage costs of Enzo due to the competition, it’s going to fixed up and become better soon.

Great thinking. You couldn’t control the car with 860hp so now give it almost 1000! Punjabi power!

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