Ferrari Enzo v hot hatchbacks video

Can the latest breed of 330bhp-plus hyper hatch keep up with a Ferrari Enzo supercar? Great video here

Ferrari Enzo v Audi v Ford v Subaru might not sound the fairest of battles.

But the three cars the Prancing Horse faces here aren't run-of-the-mill. The Audi RS3 Sportback, Ford Focus RS Mountune and Litchfield Subaru Impreza Type-20 all boast 330bhp-plus and traction to spare.

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On twisty alpine roads, can they give a bona fide supercar the fright of its life?

See if the Ferrari Enzo is terrorised by hot hatchbacks in the video above, and read the epic 18-page feature (and gaze at some cracking photography) in Issue 156 of evo - 'Enzo Killers?' - on sale March 20 2011.

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