Back in December of 2014, Ferrari unleashed their first FKK X track-only version of their LaFerrari hypercar. Then, because they’re Ferrari, in 2017 they released an even faster, more badass version of the car, the ultra- powerful 12-cylinder FXX K Evo. Of course, just like pretty much every hypercar that is made today, it sold out before you could say, “I’ll take one.”
Now, however, one of them, with a mere 124 miles on it, is actually on the market, for sale on James Edition by dealer Knight International.
The best part? This track-only car can, according to its listing, be made street-legal!
Assuming that’s true, and if it’s on the internet it has to be, that would make this particular Ferrari FXX K Evo a one-of-a-kind were you to convert it.
According to the listing, “a road legal conversion of this car is expected to increase the value by more than 1,000,000 EUR ($1,178,665 USD).”
Which also gives you some idea of what they are asking for the hypercar. Considering the Ferrari FXX K ran buyers $2.7 million when it first came out, this version of the car is going to cost you a pretty penny.
The white version like the one you see above is what’s currently on the auction block, but as you can see below it also looks very pretty in red.
H/T Motor Authority