Ferrari Enzo FXX Evoluzione on sale for 12.5 million USD

Article by Christian A., on February 17, 2017

True supercar enthusiasts know there is only one or two street-legal Ferrari Enzo FXX Evoluzione in the entire world. For those who have everything but couldn’t get enough of just about anything, this is quite an opportunity they wouldn’t want to miss. The only roadworthy Ferrari Enzo FXX is up for sale for £9,999,999 or a little over $12 million at Amari Supercars.

Based on the listing, the FXX Evoluzione was initially registered in the UK in 2015. For a street car, it has a significantly low mileage considering it’s been driven for only 1300 miles after it was bought for the first time in 2008. The dealer’s website has dubbed it as the world’s only street legal FXX. Apparently, another road legal FXX Enzo also exists in Germany. As we searched for more details about this offer, we found out that Edo Competition has its own Enzo “street car turned legal” and calls it the ZXX.

In order to make the Enzo FXX street legal, the first owner of the Enzo FXX Evoluzione asked Ferrari to adjust the ride height a little bit higher off the ground. During the process, the supercar has also been equipped with a new set of headlights, handbrake, signal lights, brake lights, a front axle lifter and a softer suspension.

This Enzo may be far too expensive than the standard FXX but that’s the price that comes with all these unique qualities you won’t see on any other Ferrari out on the road. Ferrari has only made a total of 38 Enzo FXX units including this one and the other one in Germany. As of now, there are only two known Ferrari Enzos with road-worthy specs.

The Ferrari on sale is a left hand drive model with Evoluzione aero kits and is also painted in the original Rossa Corsa body color. Some of the street legal features include carbon ceramic Brembo brakes, multiple function in-dash readout and fully active aerodynamics.

Overall, this Ferrari can go from zero to 60 mph under 2.8 seconds with a top speed of up to 250 mph. While some of the original track-ready configuration still remains, including the 900 horsepower naturally aspirated 6.3 liter V12 engine, the FXX Evoluzione’s tires are ready to take over the streets. Nevertheless, the rest of the original factory pieces have been stored safely in their boxes should the new owner want to convert it back to its “track-only” original specs arrangement.

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