Rather than let his wrecked Enzo go to waste, one owner has converted his rarer-than-filet-at-Peter-Luger Italian stallion into a 1,000 hp salt flat beast. When we said "Save The Enzos," this twin-turbo Ferrari Enzo was exactly what we meant.
Accused International crime-kingpin Alexander Surin's new nickname is "Don Car-leone" after his arrest included the seizure of millions of dollars in exotic cars. That nickname's different than his secret forum screenname we found flaunting his automotive collecting prowess. UPDATE.
It seems Texas is awash with for-sale super cars, with a Veyron for sale in Midland and now a $1.3 million Ferrari Enzo listed on Craigslist alongside used workout equipment and guys seeking sex with people dressed as clowns.
Obviously the Ferrari Enzo is wildly understated. It's barely passable as a pauper's car. That's why the Gemballa MIG-U1 takes the plain-vanilla bodywork and kicks it up a bit, finally making a reasonable conveyance for totally legitimate Russian businessman.
Supercars continue to get faster and more exotic, but there's little evidence to suggest their drivers are getting any better at driving. We've been keeping score. Here's the 30 most expensive cars that crashed in 2009 (that we covered).
The LMC Super Cuda is a Viper V10-powered Barracuda designed to reach 200 MPH. The Cuda actually hit 208 MPH before the car's aerodynamics and the driver's balls finally gave out. The Ferrari Enzo it raced gracefully achieved 218 MPH.
At one point in my past, I designed and proved-out the production line that built the Ford GT's giant throttle body. I still have two copies, so I'm something of a fan-boy. Thus, I agree with this guy's sentiment.
We're convinced BusinessWeek intentionally created its "Fifty Ugliest Cars of the Past 50 Years" list to offend Jalopnik reader sensibilities as much as possible. We've pulled out ten cars that simply have no place on this list. Two-minutes hate ahead.
Wrecked Exotics has put together a list of the fastest crashes they've ever seen and it's quite the compendium of carnage. Below, evidence proving bad decision making will eventually catch up to you.
That a Ferrari F40, Ferrari F50 and Ferrari Enzo are all haphazardly parked in handicapped spots at a golf course is quite an indictment of people who buy Ferraris.
Whether because of the bad economy or the anger of the car gods, something's been causing super cars to explode. Here's 20 examples so far this year of the super carpocalypse claiming millions of dollars in exotic metal.