Take a Virtual Ride in a Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) FXX-K
The Ferrari FXX-K is a track-only HyperSupercar that we will most likely never get to drive.
In order to get behind the wheel of one, you have to have $1-2-M and be part of Ferrari’s driver development program.
But, if you were at the Ferrari Finali Mondiali last weekend at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona, Florida, you would have heard the 1,035-hp hybrid HyperSupercar charge around the circuit’s road course configuration.
The Big Q: What does the FXX-K look, sound, and feel like from inside the cockpit?
The Big A: This video give it to us 1st hand, have a look, it is wild!
For those of you that are not familiar with the FXX-K, it’s Ferrari’s latest addition to its “Experimental” fleet used to hone technologies destined for future road cars.
The FXX-K is powered by the same V-12-based hybrid powertrain fitted to in the LaFerrari, but with output dialed to 1,035 hp, Vs 950 in the LaFerrari. In addition to extra power, the FXX-K also benefits from much greater downforce, slick tires and re-calibration of the electronic systems such as the differential, traction control and SSC Side Slip Angle Control feature.
Loyal customers participating in the Corse Clienti program are invited to purchase the cars which are typically kept and maintained by Ferrari until superseded by a new model.
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