TURIN – The story of the all-new Enzo begins with Ferrari SpA’s charismatic president. Luca di Montezemolo is not an engineer, yet it was he who in mid-1998 laid down the philosophy behind Ferrari's new extreme supercar. FX was given one transmission--an automated manual with no clutch, which is quicker than a conventional manual Montezemolo insisted the FX – Maranello's internal name for the project – be extreme in design, performance and technology, knowing the result would ...

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