Since the introduction of the Ferrari XX programme in 2005, the company has been actively pushing the boundaries of their vehicle’s on-track performance by applying their experience from Formula One, GT3, GTE and Ferrari Challenge. Introducing Ferrari’s latest work, the FXX-K Evo.
Unveiled at the Finali Mondiali – last stop in the Ferrari Challengecalendar, the FXX-K Evo is available both as an extremely limited-run model as well as an upgrade package for existing FXX-K owners. Like all cars under the XX programme, the FXX-K Evo is strictly for track-use only.

the new track-only machine from Maranello will be compatible with the existing 40 cars of the “standard” FXX K. At the same time, it’s going to be offered as an “extremely limited-run model,” though details about how many are going to be made haven’t been disclosed. Billed as being a “laboratory car,” the new track-only model from Ferraribenefits from an upgraded aerodynamic package featuring a fixed twin-profile rear wing supported by two side fins and a central fin. All of the changes made on the outside to boost aero are the result of more than a year of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations in a bid to help the FXX K Evo generate downforce figures close to race cars that take part in GT3 and GTE championships.