It is the ultra exclusive version of the ultra exclusive supercar based on another ultra exclusive supercar. There are only 3 Ferrari FXX Evoluzione in the world and two of them are going to Hong Kong (the third stayed in Europe.) There are only 30 total Ferrari FXXs in the world, all based from the Enzo of which only 400 were made. The FXX is a more track-minded version of the Enzo, and the Evoluzione version is an even more track friendly version of the FXX. Power for the three cars comes from a 6.2 liter V-12 rated at 860 horsepower.
In special projects like this Ferrari doesn’t go looking for customers. Instead it takes applications and chooses the lucky few from their exclusive client list. But exclusivity has its price. The FXX Evoluzione is reported to cost about $2.8 million.
Ferrari announced that the 2008 Ferrari Challenge Series will continue on August 8-10 at the Laguna Seca Raceway in Northern California. This event will include demonstrations of the 860+ hp, limited edition, FXX supercar, which this season have been updated with an evolution package aimed to further improving the vehicle’s handling and performance.
The Ferrari Challenge is one of the numerous "exclusive" experiences that Ferrari offers its customers — and whether owners are actually racing in the series, dining in the luxurious VIP hospitality tents, participating in weekend driving clinics or socializing with those that share their enthusiasm for Ferrari, the weekend provides a unique atmosphere and incomparable experience.
This strange Ferrari FXX was caught leaving the Maranello factory using the rear gate from which usually leave the prototypes for testings. So, what does that means?
It may be a mule that hides some "exciting" new invention for a future road model (the car is also equipped with side mirrors, so it is unlikely to test some solution for the track). Might this be the first step to the future F70, Enzo’s successor? We will need to wait and see!
The Ferrari FXX and the relative package cost a total of 1.5 million euro (excluding taxes). But when you had the chance to own a supercar like this and decided to sell (I can’t understand why do...), you can be more than sure that you will make a small fortune just by one transaction.
The guy deciding to sell is living in Yokohama. Japan. And what place is the best place to sell a supercar like the FXX? The United Arab Emirates of course. He found a happy client in Dubai who paid 2.6 million euros to buy a piece rare in the history of Ferrari.
The innovative FXX programme, based on the eponymous prototype car and launched by Ferrari in June 2005, is being extended to 2008/2009. The FXX, which is the most advanced GT ever created at Maranello, has been updated with an evolution package aimed at further improving its handling and performance. The package was developed as a result of Ferrari’s collaboration with its Client Test Drivers and with the invaluable support of Michael Schumacher. The FXXs equipped with this package will also sport a new livery in addition to new rear wing profiles.
If Ferrari is your passion, well and also if you have a lot of money, you will be pleased to know that you now can find a unique FXX on sale on EBay. The current bid is 2.4M euro (this is around $3.273 million).
The FXX is powered by an imposing 6,262 cc V12 engine that can punch out over 800 hp at 8,500 rpm. Its gearbox is the result of the transfer of F1 strategies, delivering gear change times of under 100 ms. This is almost as fast as the F1 single-seaters, themselves the absolute (...) > Full story
The Ferrari Challenge regroups Ferrari owners and their family around the track for a weekend of fun and gentleman racing. Those 2 days at the track feature the now famous F430 race, the FXX program, Formula One Clients and driving clinics.
As soon as you enter the parking area you are in Ferrari territory. The lot is filled with Maranello finest super cars.
The ultimate in the exotic car world is on sale at Exotic Motorcars based in Boynton Beach, FL. All of the 29 FXX models built were supposedly sold to Client Test Drivers, longstanding Ferrari customers chosen by Maranello to become a bonafide part of Team Ferrari through their ownership of this track-bound hotbed of F1 racing technology. Those customers ponied up nearly $1.8 million to own an FXX new, and apparently the car is appreciating nicely after only a year in existence. Delivery (...) > Full story