look in the latest R&T, there is a pic with two kids standing next to an enzo and it looks tiny. BTW, they used the guys enzo that lives two blocks from me, his name is Rich Loosee and they talk about him in the mag.
Who the F parks a car like that between two POS rust buckets at a mini mall? I would park that car so far away from anything near the parking lot that it would be easier to simply walk to the mini mall. I'd probably be breaking heads if anyone wer to even look at the car sideways.
Soooooo nice .....
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Originally posted by SpeedsterBMW@Jun 10 2003, 03:39 PM its not THAT low, its the way the pic was taken
the photographer was standing on the sidewalk, and the enzo was parked up against the curb. the nose is just barely clearing the curb; the perspective gives it the illusion that it is actually ground level, not curb level. the original pics and commentary are here: http://bimmer.roadfly.org/bmw/forums/e46m3...=3370526&page=1
Originally posted by Furious@Jun 16 2003, 05:26 PM enzo is faster than the F1 in the 0-100. but i think the F1 is like 0.1 seconds faster for the 0-62 i think 3.2seconds if i can recall
kinda. the mclaren does 0 to 60 i've heard from 3.2 to 3.4. the enzo does it in 3.3 i beleive. the enzo does the 0 to 100 in 6.7, maybe higher. the mclaren F1 does it in 6.3. the only production car that will beat that is the new bugatti veyron, if that even counts as a production car when they start building it.
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