The cars involved in Ferrari’s XX program are purpose-built for the track, but the cars can be converted for street use in certain countries in the customer desires. There’s two known street legal XX cars, both of them being the Enzo-based FXX, and one just recently went up for sale by UK supercar dealer Amari.
This FXX is actually a late model run Evoluzione example, which boasts a slightly more powerful 6.5-liter V12 over the standard FXX in addition to quicker gearshift changes and revised aerodynamics for reduced drag. It’s conversion from a track car to a street car was no simple process, with Ferrari having to adjust the ride height, apply softer suspension settings, install a front end lift system and add a horn, indicator lights, brake lights and a handbrake. It also took some convincing for Ferrari to even perform the conversion in the first place, Amari says.
The car shows 1,300 miles on its odometer, which would be very low for nearly any other car but is surprisingly high for a 1 of 15, track-only Ferrari. Not surprisingly, the mileage has had little to no effect on the price, with Amari asking a huge £9,999,999 for the car, equivalent to about $12 million USD. They have it listed as an investment, too, which means their research shows that price is bound to swell in coming years.
Via Motor 1