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1993 Ferrari FZ93 by Zagato

Usually we get pretty excited when it comes to one-off models and this time is certainly no different. Back in 1993, Zagato unveiled the Formula Zagato ’93 (FZ93), which would be the main inspiration for the Ferrari Enzo 10 years later. The reason this information is relevant is because the Zagato is now on sale on Mobile.de for 1 million euro, or about $1,400,000 at the current exchange rates.

The Zagato FZ93 was designed by Ercole Spada, the same man who designed the legendary Aston Martin DB4 Zagato and the iconic Alfa Romeo 155. However, despite the fact that both the Alfa Romeo and the Aston Martin models featured impressive design language, the FZ93 is considered to be one of the ugliest Prancing Horses ever with its elongated and block-like nose and disproportionate rear end. The positive thing about this vehicle is its history and its flat 12 engine with an output of 428 HP at 6750 rpm and a peak torque of 362.1 lb-ft at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and sends the power to the rear wheels.


8 comments:

You can say that this has a very old-fashioned design, but it’s impressive on how it’s still attracting quite a lot of people.

More than an old design, I think this looks like it is out of earth’s style. I wonder what makes them think this would sell at its designated high price?

I don’t like how the design looks. Since, I’m not really fascinated to any old-fashioned designs.

It looks like Old-school huh. I don’t think it will sell like hotcakes. HAHA! BY the way, I wonder why Ferrari allowed Zagato ruined their car. I think it is the main reason why it is the only car being tuned by Zagato.

Yeah, it’s a classic design and I don’t think this kind of design will hit nowadays.
I don’t like how the design looks. Since, I’m not really fascinated to any old-fashioned designs.

Now this one is definitely a classic one. I really never thought that they would show up the FZ93 again. It was actually one of those rare cars that you really need to watch out for.

It doesn’t have an awesome look but its performance is quite impressive. And its a good thing that Ferrari doesn’t used this car as a basis of their latest production on Zagato!

haha. This car looks like a LEGO version! I can see its edginess and disproportionate rear end. Although it doesn’t have a clean detailing on its figure performance it has an incredible power output!

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