Three percent of all the Ferrari FXX Evoluziones in the world is set to go under the hammer in Monaco.
The Ferrari FXX Evoluzione is set to go under the hammer in Monaco. The 2006 model was produced in a limited run of only 30 units and is powered by a fuel-injected 6.3-liter DOHC V12 engine rated at 860hp. The powerful engine is mated to a six-speed paddle-shifting F1-style gearbox. The rare second-generation FXX Evoluzione features aerodynamics in the form of a new rear diffuser and flaps. These changes allow the Evoluzione to run 25 percent more aerodynamic than its standard model.
When you combine the aforementioned aerodynamics and powerful engine to its light curb weight of 2,500, the Italian supercar bolts from 0-60mph in only 2.8 seconds. It can reach a top speed of 217mph. The Ferrari FXX Evoluzione is finished in jet black and wears the trademark 'Tricolore' color scheme on the underside of both the front and rear. Said to be in terrific shape, the supercar has only had one owner since its original purchase and has been stabled at Ferrari's Corse Clienti. The Ferrari FXX Evoluzione is set to go on sale in Monaco on Saturday, May 12. It is expected to go for anywhere in between €1.3-1.7 million.