Ferrari just announced the Evo version of its LaFerrari-based FXX-K, and my god have the aerodynamicists gone crazy with it.
The 2005 and also 2008 Ferrari FXX has quad exhaust pipes in place of taillights, because racecar. Get them hot enough and they’re pretty interchangeable anyway. [Photo: Ferrari]
[My morning coffee was rather bad, but let's not have minor things spoil the day. Photo credit: Máté Petrány/Jalopnik]
Lots of people are familiar with the famed Imola racing circuit, but not many folks refer to it by its actual title: Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari. With a name like that, you really should do laps there in a proper Italian hypercar.
If you couldn't understand why anyone spent big money to purchase a car Ferrari wouldn't let you take home a few years ago, we'd guess this video will go a long way towards explaining it.
Although there is no shortage of expensive and exotic cars on Ebay, there is always something a little funny about ultra rare and exclusive vehicles being offered alongside 14 year old Honda Civics. When it comes to exotic cars, few are more exclusive than the Ferrari FXX seen here, especially considering the fact…
If you weren't aware, Ferrari offers the filthy rich several ways to trade said riches for the privilege of flogging Ferrari racecars on tracks around the world. Check out the scene inside the company's il Reparto Corse Clienti, where private clients' cars get the prancing horse treatment.
One of only 38 2006 Ferrari FXXs ever built, later upgraded to 890 hp, has hit the market for a tick under $2.2 million. Also thrown in: track time and a passenger's seat.
According to an audience member at the first episode of Top Gear Season 13, the Stig was revealed to be none other than a Ferrari FXX-driving Michael Schumacher! Full report below, plus one more shot of the FXX. UPDATE below!
We love Ferrari. We love the Enzo. We LOVE the FXX. We love fire and glowing red brakes. There's nothing in this picture that's not full of win. Did we mention we LOVE the FXX?
A camouflaged version of the successor to the Ferrari founder's vehicular namesake was spotted on public roads near the Maranello factory. Although the Ferrari FXX's already been revealed, it's the first time a camouflaged version of the limited-edition prancing pony's been caught with duct tape and vinyl covering…