Radical one-off supercar spotted on the streets of the French capital.
Uwe Gemballa only had time to complete the modifications to one Ferrari Enzo before he disappeared and subsequently turned up dead in Africa. And that one example was just spotted in Paris.
Taped by alexsmolik in front of the Four Seasons Hotel George V, this is something of a rare sighting. Gemballa called the tuned Enzo the MiG-U and distinguished it with a radical aerodynamic conversion. A new exhaust system and remapped ECU were also fitted to boost output to 700 horsepower, while an electro-hydraulic height-adjustmenting front suspension can raise the nose by 45 mm to clear curbs and speed bumps. This may not be the most beautiful supercar of all time, but it's certainly one of the most radical. And with only one made, by definition the rarest, too.