About the look I totally agree with Akbar, the first time I’ve seen the pictures I don’t liked the Enzo and also in the successive months I wasn’t convinced. But when I’ve seen it at Bologna Motorshow in 2002 my opinion radically changed. There’s something photos fail to show, I don’t know what, but when you see the actual car the impression is totally different, it’s stunning.
The Maserati MCC doesn’t look like the Enzo (obviously, it’s a Maserati...), but the two cars shares lot of concepts and some components (engines are pretty similar I think). Anyway MCC is designed almost exclusively for races while the Enzo is focused exclusively to be a road car. The original plan was to build just 25 MCS, the road version of the MCC, that’s the number required by FIA to compete in GT, apparently they will produce some more but still a very limited number.
I’ve seen last year, in July IIRC, on the track an Enzo prototype with the Fia GT rear wing, unpainted bodywork, slick tyres and air intakes above the roof, probably to test some solutions for the MCC, although the official explanation was a tyre test for Pirelli. The engine sound was even more impressive than the 550/575 racing in the FIA GT, terrific, to hear a V12 screaming at full revs is always an emotion.