One of One Emerald Green Ferrari Enzo From The U.K.

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This one-off emerald green Ferrari Enzo from the United Kingdom has a lot of people green with envy – and for good reason.

Let’s just say the Ferrari Enzo had a little… makeover.

These days in the car scene, it may be hard to find ways to really stand out. When you first set your eyes on a car, chances are the color is one of the first things you notice. So, it it safe to say that having a less common color, even from the factory, helps set you apart from the other ones on the freeway.

Driving a rare or exotic car, though, is definitely a way to get noticed and steal the spotlight. This is especially true if you have a one-of-one model or a super customized ride that cannot be found for miles.

With only 400 models made between 2002 and 2004, the Ferrari Enzo is remarkably rare.

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Even though it is one of the most eye-catching supercars, one British owner wanted to go the extra mile and make it his own.

According to CarScoops, Joe Macari Performance Cars in the U.K. recently unveiled the customized Ferrari Enzo at its shop. The Italian supercar has been painted in British Racing Green with a gloss black roof, and a set of black wheels and red calipers. On the interior, the driver’s side is trimmed in green and the passenger’s is red. The paddle shifters are also green to match the exterior paint.

Since most people are used to seeing Ferraris in the iconic Rosso Corsa color, a green one is definitely going to turn some heads.

The only question is whether or not the owner’s choice ultimately hurt the resale value of the vehicle. Either way, we applaud him for taking the extra step to make his car more suited to his taste. After all, he is the one who has to look and drive it day to day.

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Check out the video below to see more angles of this beautiful and unique gem.

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