The already hardcore hypercar has been dialed up a couple of notches.
In creating spectacular track cars out its supercars, Ferrari turned the Enzo into the FXX and the 599 GTO into the 599 XX. So it's only a matter of when, and not if, the Prancing Horse does likewise with the LaFerrari. German supercar tuner DMC has jumped the gun by creating its vision of a LaFerrari track special, dubbed the FXXR. Up front, the hardcore variant of the limited-release hypercar features two carbon-fiber air intakes angled like a 'V', extending the line of the large central hood-mounted air vent.
Vertical fins on the sides of the front bumper work to stabilize the FXXR at high speeds, while carbon-fiber canards at the bumper's corners increase downforce. Additional air intakes and vents aim to keep the car cool, while at the back, a fully-adjustable carbon-fiber rear wing sits atop smoked out taillights and a new matte-black exhaust that flanks the clear carbon-fiber lower diffuser. Other nice touches include a roof-mounted air intake, quick fuel filler and black cross-spoke alloys.