Ferrari FXX-K Evo introduced with 30 per cent much more downforce

The Ferrari FXX-K Evo – an development of the LaFerrari-derived track-day FXX-K – has been introduced with additional downforce as well as additional exclusivity.
Built as an ‘extremely limited-run model’, the FXX-K Evo shares the exact same 6.3-litre KERS-boosted V12 as the basic FXX-K, which creates 1,036bhp as well as over 900Nm of torque. however it’s in the aerodynamics department where the Evo benefits over the basic model.
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Downforce coefficient has been improved by 23 per cent over the basic FXX-K as well as 75 per cent over the road-legal LaFerrari, with 640kg of downforce produced at 124mph. The boost in coefficient is down to a twin-profile rear wing with two side fins as well as a central fin. They work in tandem to offer an additional 10 per cent rear downforce.

A re-designed rear bumper has aided the airflow beneath the rear diffuser, adding an additional five per cent in downforce, while vortex generators have been introduced on the undertray to offer 30 per cent additional downforce overall.
In addition to the new aero package, the FXX-K Evo likewise benefits from new front brake air intakes as well as recalibrated suspension all-round to coincide with the revised aerodynamics. 

The FXX-K Evo can only be acquired if Ferrari provides you its blessing, or if you’re an existing FXX-K client wanting to upgrade your track-day specialty. The cost is unknown however with the basic FXX-K fetching around £2 million, the Evo ought to expense in the region of £2.5-3 million. 
The FXX-K is the third generation in Ferrari’s XX track-day programme. It started in 2005 with the Enzo-derived FXX, complied with by the 599XX based on the 599 super-grand tourer.
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