The Ferrari 458 Challenge has made its world premiere debut in Maranello during the Annual Dealer Meeting, a traditional event that brings together the representatives of Ferrari's international sales network.
The direct injection 4497 cc V8 remains strictly in production tune, with an output of 570 hp at 9,000 rpm. That said, modifications have been made to the gear ratios and calibration of its dual-clutch F1 gearbox to guarantee higher torque at lower revs. The Ferrari 458 Challenge is also equipped with the E-Diff electronic differential already employed on the road-going version, a first for Ferrari's track-only cars.
Ferrari's official 0-100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration is 3.35 seconds, while top speed is over 325 km/h (202 mph), with a fuel consumption in combined cycle (ECE+EUDC) 13.7 L/100 km (20.6 mpg-imp; 17.2 mpg-US) while producing 320g/km of CO2.
The Mansory Ferrari Siracusa is based on the Ferrari 458 Italia. The main eye catcher of the new Siracusa front is the striking apron with its optimised air inlets for a better ventilation of the front coolers. The top speed is 330 km, higher than with the basic Ferrari model.
The Ferrari Enzo is a highly expensive performance sports car. The Ferrari Enzo is named after the company's founder, Enzo Ferrari. The car features a V12 engine with four valves per cylinder. The engine is about 4700cc and it delivers an output horsepower of 660 bhp and 485 lb-ft torque.
The Ferrari Enzo was built in 2003 using Formula One technology, such as a carbon-fiber body, F1-style sequential shift transmission, and carbon-ceramic brake discs. Also used are technologies not allowed in F1 such as active aerodynamics.