Edo Competition is proud to announce they have finished restoring the submerged Ferrari Enzo.

Edo Competition is proud to announce they have finished restoring the submerged Ferrari Enzo.

For those of you who don't remember, a Ferrari Enzo tuned by Edo Competition went scuba diving at the 2011 Targa Newfoundland. Shortly after the unfortunate incident, the car was transported in Germany to Edo Competition to get it back into shape.

After removing water and all damaged parts, they started rebuilding the Enzo and conducted a series of aerodynamic tweaks. The car borrows some of the styling cues seen on the FXX but with additional changes. It also has a custom interior cabin and new edo-designed ZXX alloys.

The most important changes were made to the V12 engine as displacement increased to 6.5 liters and can now rev up to 10,000 rpm. Together with a new intake system (airbox with ram air effect), these upgrades have enabled the twelve-cylinder engine to develop more than 900 bhp (671 kW) while changing gears is done in just 60ms. As a result of these revisions, the heavily modified Ferrari Enzo will hit a top speed of more than 242 mph (390 km/h).

The Ferrari Enzo ZXX EVOLUTION has returned several days ago to Calgary, Canada to its rightful owner.

Ferrari Enzo ZXX EVOLUTION fully restored [video]