Ferrari FXX-X Evo: The car that surprised everyone


Ferrari FXX-X Evo: The car that surprised everyone

The XX program, established in 2005, provides research, development, and implementation of innovative solutions that should provide uncompromising performance at the highest level. Using the Evo versions of the FXX and 599 XX, we reached the 'last cry of fashion' known as the Ferrari FXX-K Evo.

With the Ferrari FXX-K Evo, Ferrari presents the best of its Formula 1, GT3, GTE, and other car competitions with systems and technical solutions made with the latest technology. Ferrari's FXX-K Evo collects all the best aspects of racing and adapts them for use on racetracks.

It lacks homologation for driving on normal roads and in normal traffic. Ferrari will also use it only for projects and races it considers beneficial to its further development. The Ferrari FXX-K Evo targets an even smaller and narrower customer profile than regular Ferrari customers.

Ferrari will only be able to drive this lab on wheels if it is driven by people who are willing to share experiences and results to monitor the development of embedded technology and techniques.

Ferrari FXX-X Evo

The primary goal in developing the Ferrari FXX-K Evo was to reduce the vehicle's weight, for which the Formula 1 car construction knowledge was maximized.

As a result, Formula 1 carbon fiber, carbon parts had to be adapted to the small-series production of the Ferrari FXX-K Here. Because of the fixed rear wing spoiler, the Ferrari FXX-K Evo's total weight is less than that of its predecessor.

Ferrari engineers developed a new body design in collaboration with Ferrari Style Center designers. CFD simulators and wind tunnel testing over the last year have produced excellent results, so the Ferrari FXX-K Evo has very close downforce to racing models in GT3 and GTE championships.

This translates into faster lateral cornering accelerations, greater stability, and a sportier driving experience. This means that the Ferrari FXX-K Evo model's downforce has increased by 23 percent over its previous version, which is 78 percent more than the road-going version. On a straight line, 200 km/h generates 640 kg of downforce, while top speed generates 830 kg.