Ferraris are already exclusive by nature, but if you want to become part of the XX-program you have to come from a very good house. Often literally, by the way. The first Ferrari FXX was made in collaboration with Michael Schumacher and since then only a very limited number of people have been allowed to participate in the client development program. Long story short: you simply can not get that as a normal person. Or right?
There is a 2016 FXX-K with Evo upgrade for sale via Knight International The price is on request (because if you have to ask etc., etc.) but just assume that it has to do something, since the lucky ones who were allowed to buy it all had to pay more than 2 million euros for that privilege. In addition, this was the model with which the car was presented, so it is a unique piece of Ferrari history. So start grinding the credit cards.
This FXX-K Evo is really a beast of a supercar. Based on the LaFerrari however, he has a more extreme body with less weight. The 6.3 liter V12 can therefore with its 633 kW (848 hp) significantly pop and by a small extra electronic kick, there is another 140 kW (187 hp). That is a total of more than 1000 horsepower. The Evo upgrade also has a lot more downforce, so it’s no wonder that this version was clocked at 1 minute and 14 seconds on the Fiorano circuit.
Only 40 have been made, so the fact that it is now being sold second-hand is unique. Or yes, second hand: the thing is in Italy with 200 kilometers on the clock and never crashed. You might say that it does not have to be with so few kilometers, but then you are mistaken. The chance that this will result in an astronomical prize is therefore great, especially since Knight International has promised to make the car street legal so that you can really drive around with it. In principle.