The Ferrari Enzo is the most expensive production car from Ferrari, taking almost everything directly from the 'formula 1' circuit, with its V12, this car is a monster... but there's been a lot of controversy with the new 599 GTB (also with a V12) for its design and this car is the most powerful production car constructed by the firm, which one (according to you) is the best and why?
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Re: Ferrari 599 GTB or Ferrari Enzo
The Enzo wins hands down. It was designed as the ultimate supercar and is still the fastest production Ferrari. The 599GTB may be more powerful but it is more of a cruiser and as such puts creature comforts before absolute performance. Also there were just 399 Enzos built which means that in 10 years time they will still be a collectors item while there will be several 1000 599s depreciating in their owners garages.
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If it's stick shift press in the clutch....if it automatic make sure it in park....if nothing else comes on the battery might be dead.if none of these are wrong with your vehicle.call the dealer sometimes the severe desk can answer some of your questions
For that vehicle, you will unfortunately need a Ferrari Service Dealer with manufacturer specific software, to diagnoses.My neighbor has that situation ,as he works at a Maserati Dealer, as a Tech/Mechanic
if you are asking this because your vehicle is driven seldomly or in storage you should get a low amperage trickle charger. there are many different types but you need one with an automatic cutoff when the battery is fully charged and no more than 1 amp is necessary
It means you have low engine oil pressure due to a failed oil pressure pump or pressure regulator which IS going to lead to engine failure very soon or you have a faulty sending unit or gauge. Do not drive it, get it towed to the dealer! Not meaning any dis respect to your self, but have you checked the oil on your dip stick? Low engine oil level will also cause this...if it's very low or not on the dip stick again do not drive it but go get oil with a friend and top it up and start your car...if the low oil pressure light goes away you got lucky, but there is the possibility you have already harmed the engine depending on how long the light has been on and you may want to see your dealer...we're not talking about a hyundai here, your engine is probably more valuable! haha
Not being able to open it with a dead battery is actually a type of anti-theft anti tampering built into that car...this being I would advise contacting your local dealer for further instruction, and they will advise after they confirm ownership of the car.
For starters, there's no such thing as a 2006 Ferrari Enzo. They weren't produced past 2004, and even then, they only made 400 in 2 years. Second, if you're finding a $50k Ferrari 360, turn around and walk away. You should be paying 3 times that amount for a well kept Ferrari with reasonably low mileage. Go to a dealer, and ask there if you're serious. A Ferrari dealer isn't just a used car salesman...they would double as an art dealer offering their customer as much of the best service as possible. You should look for a very well kept and intensive maintenance record, with any and all work being done by a certified Ferrari mechanic. You should also be able to see and contact any and all previous owners. There shouldn't be too many problems at all unless there was an incident or a rough driver, but for the most part, they're driven conservatively by people who see these cars as investments, and not collectors items. Collectors don't sell Ferrari's, they trade for other Ferrari's with other Ferrari guys. If you don't know what you're getting into, hold off until you do your research. A Ferrari isn't just another car, and deserves more than just another driver.
I personally think the 599 GTB Fiorano is the single best deal in the exotic car market today. Think about it, and it's competition. For a huge front engine Halo GT car, there's the McMerc SLR, which costs $455,000, while the GTB costs about $250,000 - $300,000. It's also faster. If you wanted that engine in an Enzo, you pay about a million, but in the GTB, less than $300,000.
What about other 600 horsepower cars? Carrera GT was $444,000 and was a beast to handel. The styling? I think it looks brilliant. The agressive front end with the powerfull bonnett. The flying buttresses and the rear diffuser are fabulous. The interior is bespoke, and there's a big boot. I wish it had 4 rear tail lights, but thats just my personal ferrari thing.