2004 New York Auto Show
First in line has to be the Ferrari Enzo. Peep game:
Looks aside, this monster has the power to match its looks. The 6.0-liter V-12 engine produces 660-horsepower -- enough to propel the 3000-pound Enzo at speeds well over of 200 miles per hour. Ferrari also claims the Enzo can race 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds. Well hot damn! That's one fast motha. Oh, did I forget to mention that it costs $700,000? Even if you could scratch up the cash for it, all 399 of the Enzos expected to be produced have already been accounted for.
Next on our list is what has to be the tightest, sickest Caddy ever made. Here lies the Cadillac Sixteen:
First of all, this thing looks like the fricken batmobile. Who wouldn't want to be big pimpin in the batmobile? By the way, it's not called the Sixteen for nothing. That number stands for the number of cylynders in the vehicle. That's right, this thing has got a 13.6-liter, 90-degree V-16engine in it capable of 1000 hp and 1000 lb-ft. of torque. It even gets a respectable 20 mpg on the freeway. I know V8 SUV's with worse gas milage, and this engine is twice as big! Its even got a crystal hood ornament. This thing puts the Escalade to shame, sixteen times over. There never has been and never will be a Caddy to rival this one. We only gotta hope that they'll actually put this into production. I know of a large number of NBA, NFL, and rap game stars that would ditch their Escalades in a second to grab one of these!
The next vehicle isn't a car at all. It's actually a motorcyle. Well, I don't know if you can even call it that. I don't think there has ever been a bike like this before.
This is the Dodge Tomahawk. It's an appropriate name. The other vehicle to share its namesake?
That's right, the Tomahawk Cruise Missle. Designed to fly at extremely low altitudes at high subsonic speeds, this missle put a hurting on Saddam during the Gulf War, episode I and episode II..
With a V-10 Viper engine in it, the Dodge Tomahawk will only be a shade slower than its missle counterpart. First off, to help deal with all that power (500-hp, 505 cu. in), this bike has got four wheels! Dodge estimates a 0-60 mph time of 2.5 sec. and a "theoretical" top speed of about 300 mph. Notice they say "theoretical" since they haven't found someone stupid enough to actually ride it that fast. Shoot, Evil Kanievl would crap his pants if he was asked to do it.
Next we have two amazing vehicles from manufactures that haven't produced style since Elvis was thin. First is the Chevy SS. While Chevrolet has always had power under their belts, they have always lacked the style to complement it. Well, apparently those days are gone.
Borrowoing its style from the British, this car boasts sleek curves and adds a little American grit. That "grit" manifests itself in the 6.0-liter/430-horsepower V-8 engine.