From 2002-2004 Ferrari produced a limited run of supercars named after the company founder Enzo Ferrari. Built with F1 technology, the Enzo taps into its 651hp v12 engine to rocket from 0-60 mph in 3.14 seconds and reach a blazing top speed of 221mph. A decade later, those are still some amazing stats – and in 2002 they had car enthusiasts gawking. The car was released with a retail price of $660k, but many went for as much as a million due to the cars limited 399 car production run (a 400th was made and donated for charity) and staggering abilities. With its scissor-style doors, fighter-jet-esque aerodynamic body panels, and bare-bones-let’-get-down-to-business interior, the Enzo creates one of the most sought after driving experiences in the car world.