Planet Earth’s Only Street-Legal Ferrari FXX Evoluzione Is on Sale
For the supercar collector who has everything
This Ferrari FXX Evoluzione was not developed for, or ever meant to be driven on, the street.
But as its name would suggest, the nearly 250-MPH monster evolved — with a little bit of help.
Originally built exclusively for track driving as part of an exclusive R&D program, this 2008 Evoluzione is one of just 29 FXX cars Ferrari produced, and the only street-legal model. This particular unit — which only has 1,300 miles on its odometer — was able to wheel itself out of the track-only evolutionary soup after its owner sent the car back to Ferrari and had its suspension modified and lights, turn signals, a handbrake and other safety features added.
Ferrari FXX Evoluzione (5 images)
However, the owner didn’t make any changes to the supercar’s 6.3-liter naturally-aspirated V12, or six-speed sequential racing transmission, two tasty pieces that get it to do 0-60 in 2.5 seconds. Thankfully for the life expectancy of whoever’s driving it, all that high-powered motion is still slowed down by the Evoluzione’s original carbon ceramic brakes and the two-door coupe’s black interior also remains largely untouched.
Sure, the asking price is around $12.5 million, but at least the road safety certificates come free.
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