Track-Spec LaFerrari EVOXX Rendered

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In the spirit of the FXX Evoluzione, enthusiasts are anticipating the launch of a track-bound development version.

Now that its sheets have been pulled off, the new LaFerrari will soon show the hypercar world it’s the new force to be reckoned with. But it's also time to start thinking about an eventual track version. Like the Enzo which spawned the FXX Evoluzione, and the Fiorano-based 599XX that followed, some are beginning to anticipate the same treatment to be applied to the latest Ferrari flagship. Milano-based designer Luca Polizzotto has created a rendering of what he thinks it could look like.

Called the LaFerrari EVOXX, it features some subtle aerodynamic improvements along with white trim added to the hood and sides as well as a pair of rear wings attached to the engine cover. Yes, it’s only a rendering, but if Ferrari opts to take this route with its new hybrid hypercar, it would likely look something like this.

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