Ferrariâ€™s 599 GTB Fiorano is already a potent pony, so when the Italians decided to put their stallion through the XX program (which was responsible for cars like the Enzo FXX and the FXX Evoluzione) the ears of millionaires around the world definitely perked up.
The end result of Ferrariâ€™s poking, prodding, tuning and trimming is called the 599XX, and itâ€™s the fastest road car theyâ€™ve ever produced. (Though calling this a road car is a bit of a stretch.)
The â€˜extreme track carâ€™ bumps power to 700 hp at 9,000 rpm, and uses carbon fiber wherever possible to bring the weight down while increasing aerodynamic downforce. Other neat goodies include F1 style â€˜doughnutsâ€™ over the brake discs that improve aerodynamics and brake cooling, carbon fiber brake pads, and a whole host of active aerodynamic components they call the â€˜ActiflowTâ€™ system.
Like previous XX cars, the 599XX will be invitation only, so if you donâ€™t already have a few Ferraris parked outside, this wonâ€™t be the next addition, but for the select few, Ferrari has created a car that will more than likely defy belief.