Germany’s Edo Competition is an expert when it comes to modifying ultra-rare exotics so who better to tune one of Ferrari’s fastest and most exclusive cars ever produced – the limited edition Enzo supercar. Squeezing more power from a highly strung engine like a Ferrari V12, where peak power levels are developed at lofty heights of close to 8,000rpm, is no easy task, but somehow the tuners at Edo have managed to churn out more than 700hp (514kW) from the stock car’s 6.0L mill.

The Edo tuned Enzo now delivers its peak output of 700hp (514kW) at 8,200rpm and 715Nm of torque at 5,800rpm. This is enough to propel the car from 0-100km/h in less than 3.5 seconds, past 200km/h in 9.5 seconds and 300km/h in 22 seconds. Top speed is a claimed 370km/h.

By comparison, the standard model produces its peak of 651hp (485kW) at 7,800rpm and 657Nm of torque at 5,500rpm.

The increase in performance is courtesy of a new a high-flow exhaust system derived from the same unit as in the FXX, with a new catalytic converter, sports muffler and a custom RAM intake system. The muffler system features an electronic valve that allows you to adjust the performance and volume of the exhaust with the touch of a button. Also new to the car are a set of custom lightweight wheels, a new clutch and FXX-spec transmission programming.