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You Can Own The World's First Street-Legal Ferrari FXX-K Evo

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The seller is offering to convert this FXX-K Evo for sale to street-legal trim.

Very few of us will ever experience the ferocity of the Ferrari FXX-K Evo. Only 40 were ever made, and it's only available to members of Ferrari's XX client program. However, a rare opportunity to own the track-focused hypercar has emerged. Listed for sale on James Edition by Knight International is a 2016 Ferrari FXX-K that was upgraded to Evoluzione spec. Based on the hybrid LaFerrari, the FXX-K is lighter, more powerful, and boasts an even more extreme body than the road-going hypercar.

The 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 delivers 848 horsepower and the electric component adds another 187 hp for a combined output of an astonishing 1,036 hp and over 664 lb-ft of torque. With a power-to-weight ratio of 3.13 pounds per horsepower, the FXX-K managed to lap Fiorano in one minute and 14 seconds, which is over two seconds faster than the LaFerrari road car and faster than any other Ferrari production car. The Evo version produces 23 percent more downforce than the FXX-K and 75 percent more than the LaFerrari, so it should be even faster. According to the listing, the FXX-K for sale has been meticulously maintained by Ferrari engineers and will come fitted with new brakes.

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Currently based in Italy, the car no longer has a resale restriction and is available for either delivery to a private collection or use in Ferrari's Corse Clienti race program. With a mere 124 miles on the clock the car is in immaculate condition. There's no asking price listed, but the standard LaFerrari sells for around $3 million, so the rarer and more extreme FXX-K Evo version will likely be even more astronomically expensive. Best of all, Knight International is offering to convert the car to street-legal trim, just to make it even more desirable. If you're insane enough to want to own the world's first street-legal Ferrari FXX-K Evo, this is your chance.