I can think of a couple. There is one called acer pseudoplanatus 'Brilliantissimus' that always catches my eye in spring, but I would describe its leaves more like yellow / salmon pink. The pink colour fades by summer. I used to have one many years ago but the young leaves can get scorched by spring frosts and can look tatty thereafter. Mine was in an exposed spot so my fault. I have seen quite a few in front gardens - trained as a standard with a large ball of branches pruned each year to encourage more young leaves in spring.
I have one called acer cappadocicum aureum that has gold/ yellow leaves with red edges in spring, but I don't think it's that common. I grew mine from seed.