You will never experience first hand what it’s like to pilot the $3 million Ferrari FXX K, but that’s why YouTube exists.
Track events are a staple for performance car manufacturers, and many of them offer racing car services for clients. Aston Martin, Mercedes Benz, BMW, and others host hospitality days and racing for their clients and club members at big circuits regularly, providing another level of service and brand excitement. But…
Ferrari just announced the Evo version of its LaFerrari-based FXX-K, and my god have the aerodynamicists gone crazy with it.
There’s a new iPhone out soon or something? And the people, they are excited about the new device. Why? I myself haven’t carried a phone in years, it’s much easier to have other people carry the phone for you and make the calls when you demand it. No, what everyone should be doing is placing orders for the new Ferrari…
If you ever come across an ultra rare, beautifully insane Ferrari FXX K, you might come away finding the experience electrifying. If you’re not paying attention and go to touch the car, the experience might actually be electrifying.
The LaFerrari FXX K is very fast and very expensive and very red and blah blah who cares just my god listen to the sound it makes when you shift gears.
That rule about Ferrari not letting people take their XX cars home isn’t real, which is a relief. Still, Ferrari mandates that owners subject the cars to a Ferrari-approved check up before hitting the track. I thought this to be silly, oppressive and spontaneity-murdering and I said so. But then, Google executive…
Those Ferrari XX stripped-out track day cars are expensive, rare—and thought to be part of this weird deal where even if you bought one, Ferrari wouldn’t let you keep it anywhere except at its factory Maranello. You could go and drive it there. But that isn’t true, as it turns out.
You got speakers? Cool. You got $10,000 speakers? Even better. You got headphones? Might wanna throw those on simultaneously. Now crank them all way, way up, because you’re about to hear the sheer animal noise of the Ferrari FXX K. And it’s incredible.
Award-winning twin-turbo V8 or not, a Ferrari V12 will always sound better. One the plus side, the P1 GTR will make it outside the track while all FXX K stay locked up at Ferrari’s.
[My morning coffee was rather bad, but let's not have minor things spoil the day. Photo credit: Máté Petrány/Jalopnik]
That everyone’s been lamenting the Hoover-ish sound of Formula One cars of late isn’t exactly news. But what’s lost in the mix is the question of what exactly an F1 car should sound like. Probably loud, with a big scream layered over a ferocious growl, right? Well then listen to the Ferrari FXX K, the LaFerrari track…
Some automakers do big product debuts to hype up their cars and generate interest among potential customers. Ferrari is not one of those companies. When they debuted the insane Ferrari FXX K track-special hypercar, they admitted they're all spoken for.
Ferrari just unveiled the FXX K, a hybrid V12 track monster with 1,035 horsepower and 50 percent more downforce than the already bonkers LaFerrari. But the best part is that its name is basically Fuck. And Ferrari knew exactly what they were doing. Naming its fastest ever car after explicit coitus is brilliant.
The Ferrari LaFerrari is already the over-powered Italian menace that rules the world of the prancing horse. But now there is a new king, and it's based on the old king. Please welcome the 1,035 horsepower Ferrari FXX K.