If your blood runs “Rosso Corsa”, then this is the ultimate evolution of what is essentially an unrestricted Ferrari Enzo … born for the track.
However, red is not the only color that should run through your veins if you want this amazing machine. The price tag will be oozing green – the Ferrari Evoluzione is a $300,000 upgrade from the already uncompromising and virtually priceless FXX. As with anything this pricey, Ferrari limited production to just 30 vehicles. Out of the 30 made, one was a special black edition tailored specifically for Michael Schumaker. That specific model sold for a jaw-dropping $2,756,000 last year.
The figures don’t stop there, as an Evoluzione that recently landed in Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale has been priced at $2.19 million. The number of Evoluziones converted from the original 30 FXX models is unknown, so this is a very rare stallion indeed.
In the case that are somehow able to afford such an investment, you should realize that the Evoluzione isn’t even road legal … but for good reason.
This special Enzo model produces an enormous 848 horsepower from its 6.3-liter V12. 0 to 60 mph takes a mere 2.5 seconds and the V12 will sing all the way up to 9,500 rpm. Those numbers probably aren’t necessary for the road, but it would be considerate of Ferrari to enable this beast for at least a little Autobahn use … or a Texas highway when no one is looking.
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