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Built upon the framework of the Enzo Ferrari, the FXX’s advanced 6,262cc V12 powerhouse churned out an impressive 789 brake horsepower at 8,500 revolutions per minute, eclipsing the 650 brake horsepower produced by the Enzo’s 6.0-liter engine. The remarkable performance measured a staggering 126 brake horsepower per liter for an engine naturally aspirated.

The vehicle’s transmission system benefited from cutting-edge Formula 1 technology, boasting gear shift times under 100 milliseconds—comparable to the swift gear changes of Ferrari’s F1 racers. Aerodynamically, the FXX advanced to generate 40% higher downforce than its predecessors, also featuring a tail wing whose position could be modified to suit varied racing circuits.

The initial production of the alluring FXX kicked off in 2005, with a very limited run of 29 units, plus an additional exclusive version for renowned racer Michael Schumacher. Each piece carried a hefty price tag nearing $2 million and was sold prior to release. While it boasted the fastest speed of any Ferrari produced for series at its time, it was designed exclusively for track driving. The FXX program was later expanded with the introduction of the Evoluzione model in October 2007.

The updated 2007 Ferrari FXX Evoluzione boasted a striking new design, featuring a dynamic front splitter that actively adjusts to optimize aerodynamics. Beneath the hood, a robust 6.3-liter V12 engine roars to life, delivering a mighty 848 horsepower at a breathtaking 9,500 rpm. This powerhouse is accompanied by a finely-tuned suspension, advanced braking systems, and a transmission capable of lightning-fast 60-millisecond gear changes. Swing into the cockpit and you’ll find a sophisticated traction control interface offering a range of nine settings, along with the thrill-seeker’s choice: the option to disengage all assists for a pure, unfiltered driving experience.

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