On the car scale, Ferrari is definitely at the top; and on the Ferrari scale, the Enzo is definitely at the top, which is why a special edition Enzo is no ordinary supercar. Called the FXX, it was sold only to â€œselectâ€ buyers, and was used by Ferrari as a test bed for development of their latest equipment.
Two years, and 20,000 miles later, theyâ€™ve gathered up enough data from the 20 cars to make an even better version of their wondermobile, and theyâ€™re calling it the FXX Evoluzione.
Again available only to a â€œselectâ€ group of buyers, the Evoluzione features 860 hp, a 9,500 redline, 60 millisecond shifts, a less invasive, more adaptable traction control system that can be adjusted in the cockpit on the fly, modified suspension geometry, and a new aerodynamic package.
Being a test driver for Ferrari doesnâ€™t come cheap, but if you had the cash, would you turn down the offer? (Oh, and the $2 million it takes to own one comes with “a 15-member official team made up of engineers, electronics experts and mechanics capable of providing complete assistance to clients”. And you thought you had a comprehensive warranty!)