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Before you read this review, please note that I do not actually own one of these machines...yet...so you may want to skip to a review by an actual owner. But as an observer, I think my opinion is just as valid as any. I've seen these cars on TV shows, magazine covers, newspapers and other forms of media, just as most people in society have as well. Read on if you'd like a man-on-the-street perspective.
This piece of artistic engineering has been well publicised.
The shape is a perfect blend of form and function showing close traits to its racing cousin, the F1 Ferrari. This is a car that is truly race-bred. Just as a good racehorse is sleek and muscular, so too is the Enzo. This was Top Gears fastest car out of all the supercars they track tested. It looked as though it cornered into a force field and like a baby - It couldn't do anything but grip. The paddle shifting gearbox works with the precision of a spacecraft and everything responds immediately after you've thought it. The only person whom I know owns one is Jay K and he drove to Italy to get his. Oh well - there's no harm in dreaming.
I am excited, exhilarated, even moved by this man-made creation. But I would never ever buy one if I had the money.
Please note: the comments already posted about this review were from one I made ages ago. This is a revised review. I hope the attracted comments are also helpful, take them as part of my 'extended review' if you like.