2018 Ferrari FXX K Evo

Nov 6, 2017

Category: Rides

Look but don’t touch. This race-ready version of the LaFerrari FXX K sports an aggressive demeanor that, unfortunately, isn’t street legal. However, considering what’s under the hood that’s probably a good thing in all honesty.

Here, we have a hybrid gasoline-electric powerplant that, when combined, boasts an output of 1,050 horses. Also, it’s worth noting the significant increases in downforce – 1,411 pounds at 124 mph to be exact (and 1,830 pounds at top speed) – thanks to the Evo’s redesigned bodywork. Specifically, we’re talking a reshaped front fascia with carbon fiber splitters to the rear wing and fixed fins. The new Evo also comes equipped with Vortex generators and a huge rear diffuser to keep the insanely quick ride grounded while on the track. Additionally, Ferrari redesigned the steering wheel and fitted it to an adjusted suspension system to round things out for race day. Look for the Evo to debut on the track at select Ferrari races throughout 2018.

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