Ferrari has made a new machine that hugs to the track more than the standard LaFerrari with 23 percent additional downforce over FXX-K
The LaFerrari is an absolute beast of a performance hypercar that you would be hard-pressed to find an alternative within the Ferrari range. However, the Prancing Horse thought otherwise and has rolled out a more bonkers version known as the FXX-K Evo.
Debuted at the Finali Mondiali event in Mugello, it is a perfect harmony of what Ferrari engineers can achieve while creating a no-bounds track-only car which is not restricted under any racing regulations.
Over the standard FXX-K, the Evo is said to produce 23 percent more downforce and a mesmerizing 75 percent in addition to what the road-legal LaFerrari can generate. At top speeds, it can be as much as a Ferrari GT race car with over 800 kilograms of aero grip helping in pushing the Evo to the ground.
Ferrari has installed a new passive rear wing that works in tandem with the adaptive rear spoiler for better road grip. New vortex generators are crafted on the engine cover as well as the underbody while there is a vertical tall fin as well.
Up front, the front and rear bumpers are redesigned to provide increased airflow control and the suspension has been fine tuned to manage the additional downforce. Stepping inside the cabin, you would notice a brand new steering wheel closely resembling the one found in Ferrari’s F1 cars.
Alongside, a new digital display screen for enabling information regarding the hybrid assist, telemetry and of course the view at the back. The Maranello-based company will either be selling the Evo package as a separate upgrade or it can be fitted with the existing FXX-K for people owning one.
For 2018, the Corse Clienti division has planned to do nine events for the exclusive XX program. It is set to get underway from March 2018 to October 2019 on race circuits around the globe.