Because a regular Enzo just won't do.
The Enzo is without question one of the most esteemed vehicles ever produced by Ferrari. The mid-engine 12 cylinder berlinetta is capable of producing 651 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque and is named after the company's founder, Enzo Ferrari. The rare supercar is limited to a mere 349 units and typically trades for upwards of $1,000,000. Despite its exclusivity and limited availability, for some owners of the Enzo that simply isn't enough. After all, you can always find ways to be even more unique.
Not too long ago we saw an Ferrari Enzo owner who completely converted the entire body of the rare vehicle to full carbon fiber. Now photos have surfaced from Japan of an even wilder looking Enzo that was painted bright pink. The Pacific island nation is well known for its outlandish supercar culture, so it doesn't come as a much of a surprise that such a flashy paint job would be applied to a car as magnificent as a Ferrari Enzo in Japan. In addition to the full pink paint scheme, the uniquely colored Enzo also features matte black wheels and side mirrors adorned with the Italian flag.