If you’re unfamiliar with “the world’s only street-legal Ferrari FXX,” this is the Enzo that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean in 2011. That turned a $1.5 million car into a roughly $3.8 million car, but the ZXX is back, stronger that ever.
With about 950 horsepower sent to the rear wheels, it’s very tail happy. Top speed is around 245mph, but this car is an event even at five thanks to those straight pipes. How on earth is this legal? Don’t know, don’t care. It’s certainly a happier car than any of the 30 original FXXs that are hidden away most of the time at Ferrari’s warehouse.
Salty water is the worst thing that can happen to a car after a dive in Hydrofluoric acid, but owner Zahirs Rana didn’t give up on his pride. Instead, he flew it back to Germany so that Edo Competition could take care of her once again.
It used to have German plates as well, but now, it sports a Canadian tag. Today, the ZXX visited Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, only to end up needing new tires.
I’m just glad it’s being used properly.
Hat tip to Jorrik!
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