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General data  
Year/s of production 25 September 2000 – 25 November 2000
Presentation
VIN span M3 – 90865
Number produced 1
Design Ferrari
Manufactured by Ferrari
   
Technical specifications  
Chassis F 119 AB – Load carrying chassis in steel with totally resistant structure and tubular rear sub-frame supporting power unit and rear suspension – modifications done to the rear subframe derivining from the F 131 prototype
Length Approx. 4480 mm
Width  
Height  
Wheelbase  
Front suspension Parts mainly from F 355 Challenge. F 355 Challenge suspension: Independent wheel suspension, double wishbones, coil springs, hydraulic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Rear suspension Parts mainly from F 355 Challenge. F 355 Challenge suspension: Independent wheel suspension, double wishbones, coil springs, hydraulic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Front track 1502 mm
Rear track 1578 mm
Front tyres 9 x 18 in., BBS alloy rims Tyres: 245/40 ZR 18
Rear tyres 13 x 18 in., BBS alloy rims Tyres: 365/30 ZR 18
Front brakes Ventilated disc brakes, 355 mm from F 355 Challenge with Bosch ABS from 360 Modena
Rear brakes Ventilated disc brakes, 355 mm from F 355 Challenge
Weight  
Body material Steel, bonnets aluminium Wings: Composite  material Windscreen: Lean
Body type Berlinetta – two seats Front and doors from 348, rear from F 355 and 360 Modena
   
Engine  
Type F 140 A – central-rear mounted – longitudinal installed – all aluminium
Number of cylinders V12 – 90°
Displacement 5,998 ccm
Bore and stroke 92 x 75,2 mm
Camshaft 2 overhead per cylinder bank
Valves 4 per cylinder
Compression ratio  
Ignition Bosch electronic ignition
Lubrication  
Maximum power Approx. 650 hp – 7.800 rpm
Maximum torque  
Fuel management Bosch Motronic
Gearbox and Transmission 6 gears + rev., mechanical – semi-automatic, specific for F 140 with elements from the F 133 Oil cooling system from 360 Challenge Valeo twin-plate dry clutch Oil radiators from 550 Maranello
   
Performance  
Top speed  
0 to 100 km/h  
0 to 1000 meters  
Good to know:

  • Three Enzo Ferrari prototypes were built. M1, M2 and M3
  • M stands for “Muletto”
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