$12 Million Will Buy You This One-Off, Street-Legal Ferrari Enzo FXX Evoluzione


Hey, it's only money.

The future owner of this Ferrari will need to take out one hell of an insurance policy. That’s because said Ferrari is the only street legal FXX Evoluzione in the world, and it’s up for sale for $12 million. Built in 2008 and modified for road use by Ferrari itself in 2015 for a UK customer, there are only 1,300 miles on the clock and is overall, not surprisingly, in excellent condition. And yes, it’s a left-hand drive model. Painted Rossa Corsa with a black cloth interior, it’s offered for sale by Amari Supercars.

Power comes from a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 with 850 hp and paired to a six-speed sequential racing gearbox. Zero to 60 mph happens in an eye blinking 2.7 seconds while top speed hovers around 247 mph. Apparently the owner needed to persuade Ferrari to do the conversion because, well, they were the only ones capable of doing the job. The dealership claims all of the work is documented and photographed, and the original parts still exist so that it can be converted back to track spec, if so desired. Some of its other street-legal features include fully active aerodynamics, multi-function dash readout, carbon ceramic Brembo brakes and softer suspension settings with ride height adjustment.

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Turn signals, brake lights, a handbrake, road tires, a horn and main beam headlights were also required for road use. Interested? Viewings at Amari are by appointment only. All photos courtesy of Amari Supercars via Autotrade.co.uk.

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