The newly launched Ferrari FXX-K Evo is the third – and latest – car to be confirmed for the main feature at Europe’s biggest pre-season motorsport show, Autosport International.
The exclusive Ferrari FXX-K Evo made its world premiere at Finali Mondiali at Mugello last month. Autosport International will be the first time that an XX Programme car has been at an event outside of Italy, prior to its on-track debut. It is set to play a feature role in the 2018 Ferrari XX Programme.
Using expertise from within its F1 programme, Ferrari has adopted much more carbon fibre for the FXX-K Evo than its predecessor and still produces more than 1000bhp from its V12 powerplant.
The car has undergone some extensive revisions to its aero package to help increase downforce and airflow. The track-only car produces over 830kg of downforce at top speed, which is a 23 per cent improvement compared to the FXX-K.
This is boosted by a twin-profile fixed wing on the tail, developed to work in seamless synergy with the active rear spoiler. The twin-profile rear wing is supported by two side fins as well as by a central fin.