MODENA, Italy – Ferrari SpA will let some time pass before it builds another super-performance car to replace the Enzo. Production of the limited-edition model, of which only 399 will be built, will end at the company’s plant in Maranello in June. The auto maker says it could take up to five years to develop a suitable replacement for the Enzo. “If you look at Ferrari history, the products belonging to the cluster of the Enzo (the F40 and F50), they also had (a period) of discontinuity ...

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