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When i first saw this car i was, like quite a few people, put off by its looks, which arent so elegant and stylish as the f430 or the 360 spider. That, however, was until i saw it, and realised its true beauty, its amazing attention to even the slightest detail..the openings on the front with fans, the little aerofoil at the front, the sleek lines at the back. This car looks phenominal in real life, and its drives is phenominal too. The ferrari enzo, named after the founder of ferrari was helped to design by none other than michael schumacher, which shows the type of power that ferrari put into the enzo. They may have over done it, as even the great schumacher was once herd saying that turning off the traction control was a bad idea, which is saying a lot. in fact, speaking of traction control, this car is full of driver aids which will prevent you from spinning of and crashing into a tree. This is gud at times, bud bad at others....when you simply want to do powerslide for fun. The car is, as all feraaris are, an easy car to drive, just jump in and press the ignition button, then drive using the flappy paddle gear box. The only difference is the rear view which is obstructed by the huge engine area at the back, which is bad news for taking the car on the road "sorry my motorcyclist, all i could see was my beautiful engine"