A Ferrari Enzo that crashed into the ocean will be repaired by renowned tuner Edo Competition.
A couple of weeks ago, a Ferrari Enzo had an unfortunate run-in with the ocean while it was competing in the 2011 Targa Newfoundland. Shockingly, there was little physical damage to the supercar. And now, an updated report is claiming that Edo Competition, the highly respected supercar tuner, has been hired to repair the Enzo. Since the only body damage was limited to the front right corner, the tuning firm should have their work cut out for them.
Fortunately, the car's owner displayed some quick thinking immediately after the accident by disassembling the dash and hosed everything down with some WD40 in order to get rid of any salt water still lurking around. In addition to some repairs, Edo Competition is also likely to improve the Enzo's performance by adding even more power. No word yet on what the planned improvements are, but we're just happy enough that this Enzo can be saved. For those who need some reminding, the Ferrari Enzo was launched back in 2002 and only 400 were built.
Power comes from a 6.0-liter V12 with 651hp and 485lb-ft of torque and is mated to an F1 gearbox with paddle shifters. It can go from 0 to 60mph in 3.14 seconds and has a recorded top speed of 220mph. Each car had an asking price of roughly $1,000,000 and was only sold to well-established Ferrari customers, specifically those who already owned an F40 and/or F50. Photos courtesy of ZR Exotics.