Ferrari FXX K

A track-only Ferrari you’ll never see competing. This is the Ferrari FXX K

Shmee 150 gets a peek at the Ferrari FXX K. Find out what he thinks of it here

Tim Burton, aka Shmee150, is one of social media’s most-followed supercar connoisseurs. Now he brings that expertise to The Red Bulletin.

The latest model in Ferrari’s XX programme, the FXX K hypercar, is based on the LaFerrari, but is very much its own beast. Just four letters, and if you get to ride in one, as I did at Goodwood, you’ll be exclaiming something similar – the experience is insane.

The ‘K’ stands for KERS, a kinetic energy system that maximises track performance and, in tandem with the 6.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine, provides 1,036hp. Definitely not road-legal, but also never intended for racing, there are crazy aerodynamics, with winglets and an active spoiler, ensuring more than half a tonne of downforce at 200kph. The price, which includes two years’ access to XX events, is €2.5m. An elite car for an elite club.

That’s what the FXX K sounds like…

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  • 1050 PS 
  • 6.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine
  • ​Quantity: 40
  • Price: €2.5 Million
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11 2016 The Red Bulletin

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