This is a 1/12 scale premium assembly kit model of the Enzo Ferrari. In order to obtain an intricate level of detail, this kit is constructed from high quality materials including PS resin cowling, die-cast suspension arms and other metal parts, photo-etched meshes, and synthetic rubber tires. This model also features a one-piece monocoque frame, as well as a highly-detailed V12 engine and drivetrain. Suspension arms combine with dampers and stabilizers for an actual working suspension. Metal hinged gull-wing doors open smoothly thanks to built-in springs and dampers. Front and rear cowling can be opened allowing display of the model’s internal features. This is the ultimate Ferrari aficionado car model kit.
The Enzo Ferrari made its debut at the 2002 Paris Motor Show as a limited production commemorative model which followed the earlier F40 and F50. Named after the company’s legendary founder, the car was infused with F1 racing technology such as a carbon composite monocoque and a 660hp 6-liter V12 engine matched with a 6-speed semi-automatic transmission. An electronically controlled 4-wheel independent double wishbone suspension system ensured superb handling while carbon composite brake discs provided the stopping power. All of these features were wrapped in an aerodynamic body designed by Pininfarina to result in an awe-inspiring supercar.
1/12 scale assembly kit of the Enzo Ferrari, which debuted in 2002.
Length: 392mm, Width: 173mm, Height: 95mm.
Model features a one-piece monocoque onto which the suspension, engine, etc. are attached, just like the actual car.
Suspension features movable dampers, stabilizers, and die-cast metal arms.
V12 engine, complete with wiring, has been accurately reproduced to offer an exquisite assembly experience.
A spring and oil damper mechanism ensure smooth operation of gull-wing doors.
Metal hinges enable the front and rear cowlings to be opened to showcase internal details.
Two types of screwdrivers are included to aid with assembly.
Photo-etched parts are included to depict various grille meshes.
Logos and mirror surfaces are depicted with metal transfers for enhanced realism.