Then Edo Competition will come to the rescue, happily sharpening your supercar until it better suits your taste.
The Enzo may not lack power in the traditional sense, but Edo will replace the intake with a revised ram-air system and a set of high-flow air filters.
This is followed by a set of exhaust headers similar to those in the track-day FXX.
Edo then fits two high-flowing cats and a new exhaust system with remote-controlled butterfly valves that allow the sound levels to be adjusted on the fly.
The result of these changes (plus a modified ECU) is peak power of about 700bhp and 527lb ft of torque.
Edo also fits a heavy-duty clutch and a retuned stock transmission that replicates the shift times of the FXX.
The Edo Enzo gains 19in wheels at the front and 20in wheels at the back.
In addition, a new suspension package has been developed to mimic the setup found on the FIA GT MC12.
The carís 0-62mph time is 3.5 seconds and it will accelerate to 186mph in 22 seconds.