The Ferrari Enzo Is Less Powerful Than One Of Its Own And It's Not LaFerrari

More powerful, better handling, and insanely cheaper.

It’s really quite astonishing how far supercars have come in a relatively short period of time. Not only can they serve as workable daily drivers but they’re also more powerful than ever. Here’s an example: The Ferrari F430, launched in 2005, produced a total of 490 hp. Its present day descendent, the 488 GTB, has 661 hp. That’s an additional 171 ponies in a decade. Going even further, the Enzo has an output of 651 hp. That launched in 2002, meaning today’s mid-engined Ferrari offering is, well, you can do the simple math. And that’s just nuts.

A Ferrari 488, with a base price of around $245,000, gets you more horsepower, better handling, and an improved overall driving experience than the $1 million+ price tag for an Enzo today. Unless you must have an Enzo, that 488 is one hell of a supercar bargain. Check out what Chris Harris had to say about the 488 Spider during his Italian countryside test drive.

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