Are you one of Ferrari’s best customers, and already have the LaFerrari, Enzo, 458 Speciale, etc.? Then you just might be offered the opportunity to purchase a Ferrari FXX K. If you’re wondering what the “K” means, it refers to the kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) that works in conjunction with its monstrous engine to produce 1,035 hp, 663 lb-ft of torque. To achieve this rating, Ferrari upgraded the camshafts, modified the valve train with mechanical tappets, redesigned the intake manifolds and then installed a modified exhaust system without silencers, making it a track-only vehicle. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
On the outside, there’s a twin-profile rear spoiler for added downforce and a new front splitter to improve airflow, giving the FXX K a 50-percent improvement in downforce in low drag configuration and a 30 percent improvement in the ‘more aggressive’ configuration.
Drivers will be able to select from 4 KERS settings:
- Qualify: Maximum performance with limited driving time.
- Long Run: Consistent performance.
- Manual Boost: Instant torque delivery.
- Fast Charge: Faster recharging for the car’s battery.