Ferrari launches next XX research and development vehicle

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Italian auto maker Ferrari has revealed the FXX-K Evo, the latest evolution of the XX program. The extremely limited-run models developed as part of the XX research and development are homologated for road use but are not permitted to be used in competition outside their dedicated race program.

This car is aimed at the most enthusiastic – and wealthiest – of Ferrari’s clients, who are eager to take part in the development of technological innovations through driving a closed-wheel laboratory car.

Some driving talent will be required for the Evo though, as it enhances the already brutal FXX-K with new developments and innovative concepts derived from the track categories in which Ferrari competes: Formula 1, GT3, GTE and the single-make Challenge championship.

The FXX-K Evo is currently undergoing around 5,000km of development runs and 15,000km of reliability test drives.

November 9, 2017

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