THE ULTIMATE PRANCING HORSE?
When a car is named after the marques’ founder, it has to be a special one. In 2002, Ferrari decided to make an homage to Mr. Ferrari himself, by naming the next incredible Prancing Horse to him. The car is designed by the Japanese car designer Ken Okuyama; he wanted something aggressive, low and shaped by the wind.
Under the rear bonnet, we can find the iconic 6.0-L V12 pushing out 651 bhp. The Enzo succeeded the brilliant F50 and was the first one of the Ferrari Supercars equipped with a semi-automatic gearbox. The F1-DNA truly came back in the Enzo, not only because of that gearbox, but also because Michael Schumacher was closely involved with the production.
Schumacher tested the car on the Fiorano test track and set a lap time of 1 minute and 24.9 seconds. No doubt Enzo would be extremely proud of this car.
THE FIVE FERRARI SUPERCARS
This Enzo Art Print is part of the Ferrari Supercars series. We are offering the 1984 288 GTO, 1987 F40, 1995 F50, 2002 Enzo and 2013 LaFerrari visualized by our own artist Anatole Bourne.
All drawings by Anatole Bourne are created by himself using only pencils and markers. Each original art print takes six to eight hours to create from scratch. Only 25 copies will be sold complemented by a certificate of authenticity.
- Overall size: 42 x 30 cm
- High quality matte paper (300 gr.)
- High quality scan of 600 DPI
- Markers and pencils: Promarkers, Posca, Prismacolor and Faber-Castel
- Limited to 25 copies
- Please note that the print is not framed