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Here’s What the $3 Million Track-Focused LaFerrari XX Could Look Like When It’s Unveiled Next Month

Don't think you can keep this in your garage.

Last we heard, the LaFerrari XX will debut next month in Abu Dhabi, so we won’t have to wait too long to see just how close these stunning renderings, courtesy of designer Daniele Pelligra via Motori Online, are compared to the real deal. In relation to the stock LaFerrari, Daniele’s interpretation of the XX includes a carbon-fiber aerodynamic body kit, new air intakes and a track-focused setup.

There’s a new front bumper with side flaps, a Formula 1-inspired nose, new alloys, a gas cap derived from the world of motorsport, and a raised, integrated rear wing for added downforce. The LaFerrari XX will produce a total output of 1,050 horsepower – 100 hp more than the road-going supercar – with power coming from the LaFerrari’s naturally aspirated V12 and electric motor setup. Like its Enzo FXX predecessor, LaFerrari XX owners will be required to keep their cars permanently stored at Maranello where they’ll be maintained by Ferrari. Expect the LaFerrari XX to carry a price tag of more than $3 million, and no more than 30 examples are planned.

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