The Edo Competition Enzo XX Evolution waits inside his Ahlen, Germany, facility -- the end result of months of work and glorious in the less familiar yellow finish. This is Canadian importer ZR Auto's car, an Enzo taken to the absolute limit that should soon become the fastest roadgoing Ferrari in the world when it goes beyond 240 mph with the timing gear attached. Considering the speeds Edo himself says he has achieved on the Autobahn late at night, it could be even faster than that.
As Edo fires up the now 6.3-liter V-12 the explosion of noise is so utterly, ear-splittingly obscene that the police stop by to take a look and somewhere a kid starts to cry. And that's at idle. When I roll on to the industrial estate's outer road the car barks with every touch of the throttle and pulsates with racing tech and latent power. This is no longer an everyday supercar and I wouldn't want to take it to the shops. This is a fine-tuned race car for occasional thrills.