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Archive for the ‘Ferrari FXX K’ Category

PostHeaderIcon Wallpaper of the Day: 2015 Ferrari FXX K

 The Ferrari FXX K (AKA the track-only LaFerrari) has finally made its debut. Check out all of its hybrid supercar awesomeness at TopSpeed.com!

The Ferrari FXX K may be based on the Ferrari LaFerrari, but its roots go all the way back to the late 1980s when Ferrari made a track-only beast out of the F40 LM. Then in 2005, the XX nomenclature came back with the Enzo-based FXX. Ferrari succeeded that model with the 599XX before the turn of 2010. It didn’t take long after the debut of the Ferrari LaFerrari for the rumors to begin swirling about a new track-only XX model and sure enough, Ferrari delivered with the FXX K, a V-12 powered track monster with 1050 horsepower and 663 pound-feet of torque on tap and a desire to decimate anything on any track anywhere. It offered a 60-mph sprint in less than three seconds and a top speed that approached 220 mph. To top it off, it was excessively exclusive, being offered to only the best and most loyal Ferrari customers in very limited numbers. It came with its own racing program and its own exclusive racing series too. With that in mind, it shouldn’t surprise you that the estimated price tag was pegged at the $1.5 million mark, clearly before any extras or taxes.

Of course, one would consider themselves lucky even being in the presence of one let alone owning or driving one. Obviously, if you did own one, you wouldn’t be reading this – you’d probably be at the track. I know I would be, anyway. On the plus side, however, the digital world affords us some extra luxury, and that’s why we’ve hand-picked our favorite Ferrari FXX K wallpaper. And, if you don’t like our pick, there’s a small gallery at the bottom with more options. Go ahead; you deserve to place this beauty on your desktop.

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Chris Harris Drives the LaFerrari FXX K

Even if you’re not a fan of Ferrari, or even the LaFerrari name, you can still appreciate how special the FXX K really is. It was based on the LaFerrari, road-going supercar but it was designed specifically for the track. Such a billing made it lighter, more aerodynamic, and – without a doubt – quicker. What made it even more special, however, is that only a few select and well-established Ferrari customers were afforded the privilege of owning one. It even came as part of its own exclusive racing series that took part on Formula One tracks all over the globe. If that’s not enough to make it special, maybe it’s that powerful V-12 that’s good for 1,050 horsepower and 663 pound-feet of torque. Still don’t think it’s special, then maybe it’s sub-three-second sprint to 60 mph, or the 215+ mph top speed will do it for you? Or, maybe you’re in love with the price tag. If that’s the case, then it’s really special because this limited-edition track car was said to be sold for at least $1.5 million!

At this point, I think you get the picture, and now you’ll understand why we’re drooling a bit over the fact that Chris Harris got a chance to get behind the wheel of one. We should all be so lucky, really, but unless you’re one of the 0.001 percent, then this video is probably as close as you’ll come. Quit wasting time and check it out already!

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Ferrari FXX K Running Road Atlanta

If only we could be behind the wheel. Unfortunately, we can’t, but we sure can watch and pretend we are 😉


References


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Read our full review on the 2015 Ferrari FXX K.


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PostHeaderIcon Ferrari FXX-K Evo

2018 Ferrari FXX-K Evo

When a high-profile carmaker such as Ferrari launches a great supercar like the LaFerrari, it’s difficult to imagine a way to significantly improve the design. But the team from Maranello has already done it twice. First, Ferrari launched the FXX-K, a track-only LaFerrari with enhanced aerodynamics. This happened back in 2015. Two years have passed, and the Prancing Horse found a way to make the FXX-K even more brutal. It’s called the FXX-K Evo, and it has more downforce than any Ferrari to date!

Launched at the 2017 Finali Mondiale of the Ferrari Challenge, the FXX-K Evo takes the familiar FXX-K to a new level in the same way that the Enzo-based FXX Evoluzione was a heavily upgraded FXX. Just like the FXX-K, the Evo is not homologated for road use, and production will be limited to only a few models. However, the Evo is also available as an upgrade to the standard FXX-K. The package includes many add-ons, starting with an aerodynamic kit built upon know-how obtained from the many racing series Ferrari competes in, including Formula One, GT3, GTE, and Challenge. It’s also lighter due to increased use of carbon-fiber and despite having a much larger rear wing. Yes, the FXX-K is a monster of a LaFerrari so keep reading my full review to find out more.

Continue reading to learn more about the Ferrari FXX-K Evo.

Exterior

  • Aggressive body kit
  • Redesigned front bumper
  • New cooling vents
  • Massive rear wing and fin
  • New diffuser
  • More downforce at high speed

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“Much like any evolution of an existing design, the FXX-K Evo retains most of the design cues of the FXX-K”

Much like any evolution of an existing design, the FXX-K Evo retains most of the design cues of the FXX-K and the LaFerrari. But the significantly redesigned aero package adds quite a few new features front and rear. The aerodynamics were modification after one year of simulations and wind tunnel testing, with Ferrari claiming that the car now boasts downforce figures that are very close to GT3 and GTE cars. Specifically, downforce improved by a whopping 23 percent over FXX K and an incredible 75 percent over the standard LaFerrari. In exact figures, the Evo generates 1,411 pounds at 124 mph, and exceeds 1,829 pounds at the car’s red-line speed. So this package basically pushes an already amazing car to the very limit.

There aero enhancements modify the FXX-K’s appearance a lot, starting with a more menacing front end. The geometry of the sides of the front bumper was altered by hollowing out the surfaces beneath the headlamps, as well as by adding couple of flicks divided by a vertical turning vane. There’s also an additional intake ahead of the front wheels. All these elements contribute to a 10-percent downforce gain over the standard FXX-K. Ground effects were also boosted by new vortex generators in the undertray.


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“The significantly redesigned aero package adds quite a few new features front and rear”

There aren’t many visual changes to talk about onto the sides, but Ferrari added enlarged rear wheel arch vents. Also part of the package design to make the car more aerodynamic, these improved flow to the rear diffuser, which results in a five-percent downforce boost.

Bigger changes are noticeable around the back. The main highlight is obviously the fixed rear wing. Whereas the FXX-K has those weird horizontal elements glues to the side fins, the Evo badge brought a proper wing to the supercar. But it’s by no means a regular wing. The element has a twin-profile design and a big central fin similar to those seen on prototype Le Mans cars. The central fin acts as a vertical fin, boosting stability at low yaw angles, but ut also supports the three triangular vortex generators. The latter clean the flow field striking the wing of the effects of the hot air coming from the radiators which vent onto the engine hood. Additionally, they create a downwash component in the flow which boosts the wings downforce capacity, resulting in a 10-percent increase over the regular FXX-K.

The wing also works in conjunction with the active spoiler, which had its control logics and range of movement reviewed and reprogrammed for optimized results. Below the wing, we can see a revised center fascia that include one instead of two vertical slats above the diffuser. In addition to the huge side vents, Ferrari also redesigned the diffuser, adding wings on each side and red accents on the main elements.

Interior

  • New steering wheel
  • Repositioned KERS Manettino
  • Larger 6.5-inch display

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Note: Standard Ferrari FXX K pictured here.

“The new steering wheel has Formula 1 design with integrated gear-shifting paddles and KERS Manettino”

Ferrari has yet to publish any images of the interior as of this writing, but it’s safe to assume that changes compared to the standard FXX-K are slim. The Italians actually mention a new steering wheel that’s “brilliantly suited to hugely powerful performance levels achievable in the FXX-K Evo.” It has a Formula 1 design with integrated gear-shifting paddles and sports the KERS Manettino for improved ergonomics. The rear camera display to the right of the driver has been replaced with a larger 6.5-inch unit that also displays data from a new telemetry system. The new display includes clearer, more direct performance parameter and car status readouts.

“The rear camera display to the right of the driver has been replaced with a larger 6.5-inch unit”

Other than that, look for the usual FXX-K specs, which translates into a rather spartan configuration when compared to the LaFerrari. The Italians ditched all the luxury and convenience features of the road car and replaced them with race-spec, lightweight components. Highlights include a new center console and carbon-fiber inserts instead of soft-touch surfaces on the dashboard. The door panels are also plain carbon-fiber boards, like on any high-performance car.

The seats feature massive bolstering on the sides, a carbon structure and race-spec harnesses. The instrument cluster is also different than the LaFerrari’s, featuring new graphics and new display options, allowing the driver to monitor vital car data while on the track.

Drivetrain

  • Same output as FXX-K
  • Same F1 dual-clutch transmission
  • Revised suspension for extra downforce
  • Improved brake cooling
  • Better power-to-weight ratio
  • Likely quicker on the race track

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“Total output sits at 1,036 horsepower, while torque is rated at an equally impressive 664 pound-feet”

The FXX-K Evo uses the same hybrid drivetrain as the regular FXX-K model. The combo brings together a 6.3-liter V-12 gasoline engine rated at 848 horsepower and an electric motor that packs 187 horses. Total output sits at 1,036 horsepower, while torque is rated at an equally impressive 664 pound-feet. For reference, that’s an extra 86 horsepower compared to the LaFerrari. The FXX-K Evo also uses the same seven-speed, F1 dual-clutch transmission.

But while the engine remained unchanged, Ferrari had to adjust the suspension to the car’s new aerodynamic efficiency figures. It also improved stopping power by redesigning the front brake air intakes for enhanced cooling.


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“While the engine remained unchanged, Ferrari had to adjust the suspension to the car's new aerodynamics”

There’s no word on performance, but the enhanced downforce and lighter curb weight should make it quicker in certain situations. While it likely won’t be quicker than the regular FXX-K from 0 to 60 mph (2.6 seconds), it should lap Ferrari’s Fiorano test track faster. With the FXX-K having completed the course in 1.14 minutes, five seconds than the standard LaFerrari, the FXX-K Evo should need around 1.13 minute to do the same.

So who light is the new Evo? Again, no information from Ferrari. But we do know that the FXX-K is some 198 pounds lighter than the LaFerrari, tipping the scales at around 2,767 pounds. The Evo should weigh in at a little less than 2,700, which might not sound like much, but it’s a great achievement given that is sports that massive wing and fin at the back.

Prices


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Talking about pricing for limited-edition supercar like these is mostly about speculating as automakers rarely announce an official sticker. Just look at the standard FXX K. It was revealed back in 2015 and there’s no official price tag to talk about, although word has it that each owner paid at least $3 million to get one. Well, not as much as to buy it but borrow, because all 40 units remained with Ferrari for storage and maintenance, and the drivers only got them for specific events.

This is exactly what will happen with the FXX-K Evo, which will benefit from a very active XX Programme schedule in the 2018/2019 season, with nine track outings between early March and late October. Ferrari didn’t say how many car will be built and how many packages will be offered for upgrades, but I have a hunch that the Evo will be at least as exclusive, if not more, than the first FXX-K. So don’t expect more than 40 cars/upgrade packages.

Naturally, it will be more expensive than the FXX-K, likely close to $4 million, or even more than that if the limited edition includes significantly less models. Obviously, the cars should cost more than the upgrade, but we won’t get any specific figures any time soon. If there’s one thing I’m sure of, is that the FXX-K Evo is probably already sold out.

Competition

McLaren P1 GTR


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Also based on a road-legal hybrid supercar, the P1 GTR was designed in a similar way. It has an aerodynamically enhanced body with a host of race-spec add-ons, plus a massive wing at the back. The track-focused interior is loaded with carbon-fiber and features a spartan center console holding buttons and switches, and a steering wheel based on the unit used by the McLaren MP4-23 Formula One car. Sounds familiar? Motivation comes from the same hybrid drivetrain found in the road-legal P1, but the combo now includes a motorsport-optimized, 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V-8 and a lighter electric motor. The drivetrain sends 986 horsepower, 83 horses more than the standard P1, to the rear wheels, which translates into a 0-to-60 mph sprint of only 2.4 seconds, a 0.2-second improvement over the street-legal P1. At launch, pricing was set at around $3 million, a sticker that also included private consultations with the McLaren driver-fitness team and company design director Frank Stephenson, as well as access to one of McLaren’s dedicated racing simulators. Customers also gained access to several drive events held on various Formula One tracks. Production was limited to only 58 units.

Read our full review of the 2016
McLaren P1 GTR.

Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro


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The Vulcan arrived in 2016 as Aston Martin’s first full-fledged supercar. Built on a bespoke platform and with unique design and aerodynamics, the Vulcan is also a track-only vehicle and comes with a racing program. Production was limited to only 24 units, each priced from around $2.3 million. But in 2017 the British firm announced an aerodynamically enhanced version. Called the AMR Pro, it’s basically similar to the FXX-K Evo, featuring a more aggressive aero pack. Not only is it menacing on the outside, the Vulcan is radical on th einside too. The bolstered seats, the no-nonsense dashboard, the carbon door panels, and the race-spec cabin remind of Le Mans race cars. But it’s the drivetrain that sets it apart. While the FXX-K Evo is a hybrid, the Vulcan AMR Pro is a naturally aspirated beast. The 7.0-liter V-12 cranks out 820 horsepower, which might not be as exotic as Ferrari’s 1,000+ rating, but it’s enough to push it to 60 mph in less than three seconds and up to a top speed of at least 200 mph. It rides on a pushrod suspension with anti-dive geometry and Multimatic’s Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve dampers, the latter providing high levels of adjustability. There’s also variable traction control and anti-lock braking, as well as Brembo carbon-ceramic disc brakes. Production is capped to 24 units, with prices likely exceeding the $3-million mark.

Check out the full story on the 2018 Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro.

Conclusion


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It’s been four years since Ferrari launched the LaFerrari and it’s pretty obvious that this supercar is from another world. The same goes for the FXX-K, which is not only more exclusive and expensive, but it’s also restricted to the race track and comes with a program that won’t allow its customers to take it home. The Evo takes everything up a notch. It’s more aggressive, likely limited to even less unit, and most certainly significantly more expensive. So why would you pay millions of dollars for a car that you only get to drive a few times a year and you can’t even park it in your garage? Well, I find it ridiculous, but I don’t have millions to spend on cars. So I’m pretty sure I can’t get the full picture here. But I can definitely understand the rush behind owning a very exotic and desirable race car with a Ferrari badge, even if “owning” means getting to see it and drive it a few times a year at the race track. This seemingly awkward ownership process may actually be what makes the FXX-K Evo such an appealing car.

  • Leave it
    • Awfully expensive
    • Very limited production run
    • You can’t actually take it home

References

Ferrari FXX K


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Read our full review on the 2015 Ferrari FXX K.

Ferrari LaFerrari


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Read our full review on the 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari.

Ferrari XX History


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The XX program was launched in 2005, when Ferrari launched a higher-performance, race-spec version of the Enzo, the company’s flagship supercar at the time. Called the FXX, it was built in 30 units, one of which was sold to F1-legend Michael Schumacher, between 2005 and 2007. Powered by a 6.3-liter V-12, the first FXX came with 789 horsepower and 506 pound-feet of torque on tap. Hitting 60 mph took around 2.6 seconds, while top speed was rated at 214 mph. Although production ended in 2007, it wasn’t the end of the line of the beefed-up Enzo. The program continued until 2009 and telemetry data gathered from the FXX enabled Ferrari to launched the Evoluzione upgrade. Much like the new FXX-K Evo, the FXX Evoluzione had increased downforce, lowered aerodynamic drag, and updates to the engine, transmission, and chassis. Power was increased to 850 horsepower, while the 0-to-60 mph sprint decreased to 2.5 seconds, while made it the quickest Ferrari ever made.


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In 2009, the XX program was extended to the Ferrari 599 GTB, giving birth to the 599XX. Using significantly revised body work, a V-12 engine with 720 horsepower, and various chassis upgrades, the 599XX became the quickest production-derived sports car on the Nurburgring track, a title it held for a few months. The 599XX Evoluzione followed in 2011 with more aggressive aerodynamics, including a big rear wing, Pirelli tires, new electronics, 740 horsepower, and a better power-to-weight ratio. The 599XX Evoluzione was the last XX car until the FXX-K arrived in 2015.

PostHeaderIcon Chris Harris Drives The LaFerrari FXX K, Goes A Bit Mad: Video

The LaFerrari is a massively impressive automobile. This thing is supreme hypercar royalty, boasting the absolute bleeding edge in go-fast technology. The Prancing Horse pulled no punches when it went about creating this one, and yet, Maranello felt there was still something more left on the table. Strip away any and all conciliations to road-going civility, add even more power, increase the downforce, and lighten the curb weight, and what you’re left with is this – the LaFerrari FXX K. Offered as the latest product in Ferrari’s XX customer racing program, of which the FXX and 599XX are also a part, the LaFerrari FXX K is about as brutal as they come when talking about a product from Maranello that doesn’t compete in Formula 1. And that makes it a fantastic fit for Internet superstar and new Top Gear co-host Chris Harris, who recently got a chance to pilot the mad machine at Daytona.

You might remember Harris’ stint in the LaFerrari FXX K from the first episode of the 24th season of the popular British motoring show, but luckily, this 7-minute video includes additional unaired footage of the experience for your viewing enjoyment. In addition, there’s plenty of footage of the red speed-maker tearing it up on track, complete with the howl of the Italian V-12 and Harris’ excited commentary.

Continue reading for the full story.

PostHeaderIcon Chris Harris Drives The LaFerrari FXX K, Goes A Bit Mad: Video

The LaFerrari is a massively impressive automobile. This thing is supreme hypercar royalty, boasting the absolute bleeding edge in go-fast technology. The Prancing Horse pulled no punches when it went about creating this one, and yet, Maranello felt there was still something more left on the table. Strip away any and all conciliations to road-going civility, add even more power, increase the downforce, and lighten the curb weight, and what you’re left with is this – the LaFerrari FXX K. Offered as the latest product in Ferrari’s XX customer racing program, of which the FXX and 599XX are also a part, the LaFerrari FXX K is about as brutal as they come when talking about a product from Maranello that doesn’t compete in Formula 1. And that makes it a fantastic fit for Internet superstar and new Top Gear co-host Chris Harris, who recently got a chance to pilot the mad machine at Daytona.

You might remember Harris’ stint in the LaFerrari FXX K from the first episode of the 24th season of the popular British motoring show, but luckily, this 7-minute video includes additional unaired footage of the experience for your viewing enjoyment. In addition, there’s plenty of footage of the red speed-maker tearing it up on track, complete with the howl of the Italian V-12 and Harris’ excited commentary.

Continue reading for the full story.

PostHeaderIcon Ferrari FXX K Inspired New Hublot Watch: Video

Ferrari and Swiss watchmaker Hublot have a long and decorated history of collaboration. Over the years, we’ve seen a few of the creations that they’ve made, including the Big Bang Ferrari 305, the 250 GTO Classic Fusion, and the Big Bang Ferrari 60th Anniversary Edition, among others. Now we have the MP-05 LaFerrari, a watch that’s so ridiculously awe-inspiring that Hublot even created a CGI-laden promotional video featuring the Ferrari FXX K doing some stunts in a post-apocalyptic wasteland that the actual version wouldn’t be caught dead doing in real life.

Lest we forget though, the actual star of the video is the MP-05 LaFerrari Sapphire, the newest addition to the MP-05 LaFerrari family of super watches. The familiar futuristic design of the MP-05 is alive and present in this one. The only difference is that this particular case is made from sapphire blocks that have been machined from more than 600 hours of workmanship specifically to make its peculiar shape. It also features ultra lightweight carbon components and has 11 series-coupled barrels set in a spine formation that takes control of the movements inside the watch. All told, the MP-05 LaFerrari Sapphire has 637 unique components and even with all those minute items, it only weighs 53.5 grams. On top of all that, it has a 50-day power reserve, which apparently is the first of its kind from Hublot. Who knew, right?

The watch was even the star of an exclusive pre-release that was held at the Ace Museum in Los Angeles. Imagine that. I guess it’s not hard to considering that a single MP-05 LaFerrari Sapphire costs $250,000, which, believe it or not, is more expensive than buying a brand-new Ferrari 488 GTB. Oh yes, the price of luxury certainly knows no bounds.


PostHeaderIcon Ferrari FXX Ks Having A Party Around The Mugello Circuit: Video

If anybody has ever fantasized about owning a Ferrari FXX K, there’s a good chance that those dreams will remain just that: dreams. Don’t feel too bad because I count myself among this hopeful population. But I already know that I’m not ever going to own one of these mental track-only Ferraris, so I’ve resigned myself to live my fandom vicariously through those who actually own one.

That brings me to this video, which is arguably the biggest gathering of Ferrari FXX K owners in one venue. The incredible track day reportedly took place in Mugello, Ferrari’s home race track, where a total of 21 FXX K track-spec supercars took part in the festivities. You’ll notice in the video the different liveries of these FXX Ks so it’s safe to say that there was, in fact, more than a handful of them running roughshod around the circuit.

Its not just that 21 of the 30 existing FXX Ks were in attendance. That in itself is already awesome. But what makes hits video even more enjoyable is the sound of all those cars flexing that 1,050-horsepower output for fans like us to see and hear. And man, that rip-roaring engine sound is like a symphony. There’s 12 minutes worth of revving in this video, so you’re going to get your fill of it. Enjoy it as much as you can because you never know when a meet like this will happen again.


PostHeaderIcon Ferrari Parades The Entire Fleet Of "XX" Models In Mugello: Video

Ferrari’s “XX” program has given birth to some of the most incredible performance Ferraris we’ve seen this millennium. The project began back in the early 2000s with the Ferrari FXX, a high-performance racer that was based on the Enzo. Production of the FXX began in 2005 and in the course of its life, 30 models were produced, each packing 789 horsepower and 506 pound-feet of torque from its massive 6.3-liter V-12 engine. Despite the limited quantities and the difficulties in owning one, the FXX became such a popular car that Ferrari followed it up with the even more exclusive, 850-horsepower FXX Evoluzione. To this day, the FXX Evoluzione is still considered the fastest car Ferrari has ever released, thanks in part to its 250 mph top speed.

When the FXX program was shelved in 2009, Ferrari turned its attention to its successor, the 599XX. Based on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, the 599XX followed the same blueprint as its predecessor. It was designed strictly for track use and was developed with pure and unadulterated performance in mind. As a result, the 599XX came with a 6.0-liter V-12 engine that produced in excess of 720 horsepower, accelerating at a breathless 9,000 rpm. And just like the FXX, the 599XX was quickly followed by the 599XX Evolution, a lighter and radically re-styled version that also had more power (740 horsepower) than its “standard” counterpart. The 599XX and the 599XX Evoluzione may not have been as quick as the FXXs, but these models featured the latest in automotive technology at the time, something it’s own successor, the FXX K, can proudly say as well.

For all intents and purposes, the Ferrari FXX K is the incumbent standard-bearer of the XX program. It’s based on the LaFerrari, which means that it also has a hybrid engine that produces a staggering 1,050 horsepower, 848 of which come from the hypercar’s 6.3-liter V-12 and the extra 187 ponies coming by way of an electric motor. It’s by far the most powerful of all the track-only XX Ferraris, although by account of its hybrid engine, it’s also somewhat muted compared to the ear-splitting shrieks its two predecessors routinely produce.

No more was that evident than during the recently-held Ferrari World Finals at the Mugello circuit. In about as rare an occurrence as you can find, all the Ferraris under the XX program paraded around the track in a show of force the likes of which none of us will see anywhere else. The video is over six minutes long and is best viewed with the volume in full blast.


PostHeaderIcon 14x Ferrari FXX K Attack Mugello

14x Ferrari FXX K

If you were one of the people who mocked Ferrari’s Corse Clienti customers for spending millions of dollars on a car they cannot even take home, this video is going to embarrass you. It shows what that money has bought for those people, and how awesome the whole experience is. Also, it showcases no less than fourteen Ferrari FXX K race car as they gear up to attack Mugello during the 2015 Finali Mondiali Ferrari event.

Ferrari FXX K is of course the multi million dollar car the Corse Clienti cannot take home with them. But why would they even want to? Ferrari takes care of the car and brings it to select race tracks, so they can come down, have a blast, and then go back to their lives without having to worry about a thing.

Ferrari FXX K Specs:

  • Total maximum power 1050 cv
  • Total maximum torque >900 Nm
  • V12 maximum power 860 cv @ 9200 rpm
  • Maximum revs 9250 rpm
  • V12 maximum torque 750 Nm @ 6500 rpm
  • Electric motor output 140 Kw (190 cv)
  • Type 65-deg. V12
  • Bore and stroke 94 x 75.2 mm
  • Total displacement 6262 cc
  • Specific power 137 cv/l
  • Length 4896 mm
  • Width 2051 mm
  • Height 1116 mm
  • Wheelbase 2650 mm
  • 7-speed DCT
  • Front double wishbones
  • Rear multi-link
  • Tyres (Pirelli P-Zero slicks with sensors)
  • Front 285/650 – R19x10.5
  • Rear 345/725 – R20x13
  • Carbon ceramic brakes (Brembo)
  • Front 398 x 223 x 36 mm
  • Rear 380 x 253 x 34 mm
  • ESC stability control
  • High perf ABS/EBD Performance anti-lock system/electronic brake balance
  • EF1-Trac F1 electronic traction control integrated with the hybrid system
  • E-Diff 3 third generation electronic differential
  • SCM-E Frs magnetorheological damping with twin solenoids (Al-Ni tube)
  • Aerodynamics active

 

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PostHeaderIcon Ferrari Corse Clienti at Spa Francorchamps

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In the most recent Ferrari Corse Clienti event, factory-organized track days for the owners of Ferrari XX models, a whole bunch of Ferrari FXX K and 599XX cars congregated at the circuit of Spa Francorchamps. This was undoubtedly one of the largest gathering of Ferrari XX cars to date and quite a spectacle as you would expect.

Ferrari Corse Clienti Spa event was particularly interesting owing to the sheer number of FXX K models that turned up for the event. This thing near as makes no difference three million dollars, and you don’t even get to own it as such, as Ferrari keeps it at the factory. Still, people are queuing up to get one, and they tend to customize it with bespoke colors and options as well.

It is also good to see so many 599XX models in various colors and in normal and Evoluzione guise. It is not clear yet if the F12 is getting an XX version, but the 599XX seems still looks fresh and does not really need replacing.

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Ferrari Corse Clienti Overview: Ferrari’s special instructors bring all their experience to bear in explaining how to finesse driving technique, choosing the right lines and the general management of the car. The track sessions begins with an installation lap, followed by two timed laps and then moves forward based on the preference of the individual driver. An in depth debrief always follows the driving, because the roles of these particular test drivers is carefully evaluated by the engineers. In fact, the test represents a chance to improve for those at the wheel and also brings a font of knowledge to those who will go on to design the Ferraris of the future. The owners can also use their cars in private sessions on various tracks and, if they wish, the cars can be left at Maranello and delivered to each event by Ferrari transportation. The livery of these limited edition cars can be personalised to meet specific requests of the owners who provide valuable information and acquire data that is aimed at continuous evolution.

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PostHeaderIcon Sloss’s Ferrari FXX K Filmed at Fiorano

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Even though Google executive Benjamin Sloss made men everywhere look bad when he gave his wife a Ferrari FXX K for her birthday, we still like this guy because of his super unique taste in cars. The man is said to own a Ferrari LaFerrari, a 458 Speciale, a Volcano Red McLaren 12C Spider, a Ford Raptor and a McLaren P1, plus of course the 599XX he bought at an auction for charity.

So if you are still dreaming about that yellow Ferrari FXX K, here’s something special for you. This is a one-hour video of Mr Sloss’s FXX K going round and round the Fiorano race track, located slap-bang in the middle of Ferrari city, Maranello:

Ferrari FXX K Specs:

  • Total maximum power 1050 cv
  • Total maximum torque >900 Nm
  • V12 maximum power 860 cv @ 9200 rpm
  • Maximum revs 9250 rpm
  • V12 maximum torque 750 Nm @ 6500 rpm
  • Electric motor output 140 Kw (190 cv)
  • Type 65-deg. V12
  • Bore and stroke 94 x 75.2 mm
  • Total displacement 6262 cc
  • Specific power 137 cv/l
  • Length 4896 mm
  • Width 2051 mm
  • Height 1116 mm
  • Wheelbase 2650 mm
  • 7-speed DCT
  • Front double wishbones
  • Rear multi-link
  • Tyres (Pirelli P-Zero slicks with sensors)
  • Front 285/650 – R19x10.5
  • Rear 345/725 – R20x13
  • Carbon ceramic brakes (Brembo)
  • Front 398 x 223 x 36 mm
  • Rear 380 x 253 x 34 mm
  • ESC stability control
  • High perf ABS/EBD Performance anti-lock system/electronic brake balance
  • EF1-Trac F1 electronic traction control integrated with the hybrid system
  • E-Diff 3 third generation electronic differential
  • SCM-E Frs magnetorheological damping with twin solenoids (Al-Ni tube)
  • Aerodynamics active

 

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PostHeaderIcon Google Exec’s Wife Gets Ferrari FXX K Birthday Gift

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Benjamin Sloss in a tech billionaire best known for his magnificent car collection, and yes, because he is a top executive at a little company called Google. Sloss loves his cars and loves his wife, and these two passions came together recently as he bought his wife a Ferrari FXX K birthday present.

Mr Sloss is a huge fan of Corse Clienti special edition model, but he doesn’t buy them for racing, rather for a cause. He was the man who bought a 599XX a few years ago to support relief efforts for the victims of hurricane Sandy. His new XX car is a one-of-a-kind yellow Ferrari FXX K which he has gifted to his wife. Fair to say Sloss is not your average 70-year old billionaire. He is actually a very decent man.

Just to give you some pointers as to what makes the FXX K so special, it’s a track version of the LaFerrari hyper car powered by a tweaked version of its V12-KERS powertrain and lightened for the sake of performance. Packing 1,050 horsepower, the K features advanced aerodynamics and electronics that make it a formidable weapon on the race track. Too bad it doesn’t qualify for any of the official racing series.

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PostHeaderIcon Blue Ferrari FXX K Spotted at Fiorano

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Ferrari’s private Fiorano test track in Maranello is a supercar spotter’s Mecca. Hanging out behind the guardrails, every once in a while they manage to scoop something truly special, like this blue Ferrari FXX K, the first and so far only FXX K in this color in the world.

So far we’ve seen the FXX K in red and white, and we have to say this ‘Tour De France Bleu’ example blows them both out of the water. The car is also sporting the racing number ’27’ which must be some significance to the person who ordered it.

This Blue Ferrari FXX K, like every other 35 FXX Ks being built, is a special built-to-order car priced at nearly $3 million. It’s a Corse Clienti car, meaning that you pay for it, but Ferrari keeps it at the factory and only brings it out on special occasions so you can enjoy it on factory-organized track days.

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Photos by Franck Tournier via Alex Molik

Ferrari FXX K Specs:

  • Total maximum power 1050 cv
  • Total maximum torque >900 Nm
  • V12 maximum power 860 cv @ 9200 rpm
  • Maximum revs 9250 rpm
  • V12 maximum torque 750 Nm @ 6500 rpm
  • Electric motor output 140 Kw (190 cv)
  • Type 65-deg. V12
  • Bore and stroke 94 x 75.2 mm
  • Total displacement 6262 cc
  • Specific power 137 cv/l
  • Length 4896 mm
  • Width 2051 mm
  • Height 1116 mm
  • Wheelbase 2650 mm
  • 7-speed DCT
  • Front double wishbones
  • Rear multi-link
  • Tyres (Pirelli P-Zero slicks with sensors)
  • Front 285/650 – R19x10.5
  • Rear 345/725 – R20x13
  • Carbon ceramic brakes (Brembo)
  • Front 398 x 223 x 36 mm
  • Rear 380 x 253 x 34 mm
  • ESC stability control
  • High perf ABS/EBD Performance anti-lock system/electronic brake balance
  • EF1-Trac F1 electronic traction control integrated with the hybrid system
  • E-Diff 3 third generation electronic differential
  • SCM-E Frs magnetorheological damping with twin solenoids (Al-Ni tube)
  • Aerodynamics active

The post Blue Ferrari FXX K Spotted at Fiorano appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Ferrari Corse Clienti Warmup Ritual is Revgasmic!

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There is on other way of saying it: this is pure V12-powered pornography! Apparently, prior to every track session at each of the Corse Clienti events – the name Ferrari has given to their customer track days – the XX competition cars rev their engines in a somewhat twisted harmony to both warm up the motors and excite the crowd. Think of this as an S&M kind of foreplay.

So here’s two and bit minutes of hard-core V12 eargasm. Just a warning, do not use headphones, or you run the risk of having your eardrums blown to pieces:

The cars included in this video are the Ferrari FXX-K which is the Corse Clienti version of the LaFerrari, boasting a 1,050 horsepower version of the same powertrain. Next to that we have the old but still awesome 599 XX rocking a 700 horsepower V12, basically the same engine in the FXX-K and the Enzo FXX, which is the third car taking part in this symphony. The FXX is based on the Enzo but it’s lighter and at 800 horsepower a lot more powerful. During the Corse Clienti events the owners of these amazing machine get race each other in some of the world’s best race tracks. It is fun to be rich.

Video by Worldsupercars

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PostHeaderIcon Ferrari At The 2015 Goodwood Festival Of Speed: Video

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is a veritable cornucopia of fast machinery. There’s a little bit of everything on hand, from the classic to the cutting-edge, fun street machines to deadly serious racers, production vehicles to specialized one-offs. Providing a car for each of these given categories was Ferrari, which made its presence known in a big, bold way, as evidenced in the above-featured video.

Most prominently, the prancing horse could be seen taking on the tricky 1.16-mile hill climb course that is Lord March’s driveway. Making the run were models like the 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB, 2015 Ferrari FXX K and 2009 Ferrari 599XX.

Kimi Raikkonen was on hand, taking the wheel of a Formula 1 car pulled from the 2010 season for a blast up the hill, giving all in attendance an earful of the much-loved 2.4-liter naturally aspirated V-8 we’d all prefer over the current turbocharged 1.6-liter V-6.

Derek Bell, a British endurance racing driver and five-time 24 Hours of Le Mans winner, also drove a few Ferraris through the course, including the classic 512 S he brought to Belgium in 1970 for the 1000km of Spa-Francorchamps race.

Ferrari design chief Flavio Manzoni was in attendance as a judge at the concours event, where even more historic Ferraris were on display, including a 330 GT Vignale Shooting Brake.

While seeing all this Italian-awesomeness in person would be ideal, the video does provide a decent substitute. I would have preferred a bit more exhaust noise in the soundtrack, but seeing all that red at speed is a treat nonetheless.


PostHeaderIcon Ferrari FXX K Can Be Yours For $4 Million

A dealership in Dubai is selling a lightly used 2015 Ferrari FXX K for €3.6 million or the equivalent of about $4 million. That’s an insane amount of money for any car, but when you consider that another dealership in Florida is trying to unload a 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari (on which the FXX K is based) for $5 million, this starts to look like somewhat of a bargain. Of course, because the FXX K can only be used on racetracks, you might get a lot more use out of the LaFerrari.

Ferrari is completely sold out of FXX Ks, so this might be your last chance to buy one before Ferrari’s first official Corse Clienti for these amazing cars starts later this month at the Hungaroring, near Budapest. Ferrari recently completed the FXX K’s final test session at Imola, so this will be the first time “client-testers” — aka rich guys who bought both an FXX K and the privilege of participating in its two-year test program — will get a go behind the wheel of their track-only, hybrid supercars.

Continue reading for the full story.


PostHeaderIcon Ferrari FXX K Spotted on Sale for $4,000,000!

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We have a sneaking suspicion that Ferrari’s board of directors is busy these days firing some of their accountants or whoever is responsible over there for the pricing policy. They sold the LaFerrari for around $1.3 million at the factory, and the Ferrari FXX K for around two mil more than that. In the open market though, they are going for twice that amount.

Of course, it is partly Ferrari’s own fault for putting a cap on production and therefore inflating that price once the run is sold out. But they must be thinking they could have asked for more and people would have paid it. Instead, they now have to watch through gritted teeth as greedy car dealers make millions selling the cars they ordered for peanuts months ago.

Anyway, back to the story. A brand-new Ferrari FXX K has become available for sale at AlAmeer Motors in Dubai, and the seller is asking for 3.6 million Euros or roughly $4,000,000 USD. That should earn the guy a profit of around $1 million. For that you get a superb racing car with 1,050 horsepower that you can’t really drive anywhere, except on special days and on special tracks. But not many people buy these cars to use them and have fun. They buy them as an investment, so they can make some serious cash on it in a year or so.

JamesEdition via Supercarkids

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PostHeaderIcon Ferrari FXX K Races On The Track: Video

If you’re visiting this site, then chances are pretty good that you’re a fan of loud, uncorked V-12s, especially when they’re attached to Ferrari’s new track-only hybrid hypercar. If that’s the case, then turn up your speakers for three minutes of furious noise, full-throttle acceleration and flybys that would make Maverick and Goose proud — all courtesy of this white Ferrari FXX K at the Imola circuit in Italy.

Things start out in the garage, where we get a face full of FXX K start-up noise before heading out to the track for some hot laps. The video shooter says speeds were well above 180 mph on the main straight, with the V-12 at full song.

The footage appears to have been shot at the same session that saw this and three other FXX Ks undergoing final testing before checking in for duty with Ferrari’s customer research and development program. The FXX K makes its program debut at the Ferrari Racing Days event at the Hungaroring near Budapest later in June.

Ferrari is only building 32 FXX Ks (though we wouldn’t be surprised if Ferrari introduced an FXX K Evoluzione after the current two year program wraps up), and despite being a $2.7-million car you can’t drive on the road, all have been spoken for. Similar to the LaFerrari road car on which it’s based, its 860-horsepower V-12 is supplemented by a 190-horsepower electric motor for a grand total of 1,050 horsepower.

With active aero and suspension and the processing power of the NSA, it adjusts to changing conditions within milliseconds. It hits 60 mph in 2.7 seconds and has a top speed of 217 mph. Unless your last name is Vettel or Raikkonen, it’s probably cleverer than you are.

Ferrari FXX K Races On The Track: Video originally appeared on topspeed.com on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 21:00 EST.

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PostHeaderIcon White Ferrari FXX K Filmed in Action

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A couple of days ago we showed you a group of four Ferrari FXX K race cars converging on Imola for a private Corse Clienti session. One FXX K stood out in that remarkable bunch due to its white paint work which was refreshingly different from the other three red cars. Here we take a closer look at this beauty as it hits the track for a few exercise laps.

And if you think white isn’t a suitable color for a hard-core racing machine like the Ferrari FXX K,  you should check out this black FXX garnished with pink accents ordered by a Chinese fellow. White doesn’t seem so bad now, huh?

Photo by Daniele Abbondanza – Video by NM2255

Ferrari FXX K Technical Specs:

  • Total maximum power 1050 cv
  • Total maximum torque >900 Nm
  • V12 maximum power 860 cv @ 9200 rpm
  • Maximum revs 9250 rpm
  • V12 maximum torque 750 Nm @ 6500 rpm
  • Electric motor output 140 Kw (190 cv)
  • Type 65-deg. V12
  • Bore and stroke 94 x 75.2 mm
  • Total displacement 6262 cc
  • Specific power 137 cv/l
  • Length 4896 mm
  • Width 2051 mm
  • Height 1116 mm
  • Wheelbase 2650 mm
  • 7-speed DCT
  • Front double wishbones
  • Rear multi-link
  • Tyres (Pirelli P-Zero slicks with sensors)
  • Front 285/650 – R19x10.5
  • Rear 345/725 – R20x13
  • Carbon ceramic brakes (Brembo)
  • Front 398 x 223 x 36 mm
  • Rear 380 x 253 x 34 mm
  • ESC stability control
  • High perf ABS/EBD Performance anti-lock system/electronic brake balance
  • EF1-Trac F1 electronic traction control integrated with the hybrid system
  • E-Diff 3 third generation electronic differential
  • SCM-E Frs magnetorheological damping with twin solenoids (Al-Ni tube)
  • Aerodynamics active

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