A visitor at the Monza racing track in Italy, took some pictures of a damaged Ferrari FXX, with grass remains on its ruined front side.
The Ferrari has some impressive damages on the front and rear side. It is presumed that the driver lost control of the car and hit the protective barriers until it finally stopped. Nobody got injured, except the car, and probably the driver’s ego.
Ferrari FXX has been released in a limited series of 30 cars and the marketplace seems to explode every time a second hand car like this goes on sale.
This model is based in Ferrari Enzo and works on Nomex honeycomb with carbon fiber, rear and front aluminum structure and independent rear suspension.
FXX produces an impressive figure of 789 hp and a torque of 686 Nm, all coming out the V12 engine, with a capacity of 6.3 liters. The maximum speed of the car reaches 345 km/h.
The Italian brand has organized the Top Design School Challenge, a contest that required the most important design schools to imagine the Ferrari of the year 2040.
The Ferrari Manifesto concept was chosen the winner of the competition, since it was the one that fitted the company’s vision most.
The first phase presumed reducing the participants’ number from 50 to 8 and, later, to 4. Each of the 4 competitors presented 3 models.
The Grand Prix went directly to Manifesto. The jury, formed of Ferrari passionate fans like Paolo Pininfarina, Flavio Manzoni and Nick Mason with Sebastian Vettel selected it as the best concept in the contest.
The Ferrari Manifesto concept exists only on paper, but it was enough to conquer the jury’s heart. The concept is signed by a Russian student.
This concept is signed by a talented designer established in Germany, Sasha Selipanov. Ferrari 612 GTO comes as a proposal for the future 612 Scaglietti generation, with high performances and new aesthetics.
The base was provided by the classical Ferrari 250 GTO, which becomes understandable when you see the triple air intakes in the hood of the car.
The 612 GTO isn’t an official Ferrari design, so we don’t expect to see it materialized any time soon.
The students from various design schools have been challenged to imagine and render future Ferrari concepts.
Of course, we are perfectly aware that we won’t be seeing these models on the roads too soon, but we certainly hope that Ferrari will take some of the details in these concepts and apply them to their present cars.
This is the third edition of this contest and there have been only 12 models selected, coming from four design schools in France, Germany, USA and South Korea.
The winner was selected by a jury consisting of Ferrari engineers, designers, drivers and even famous Ferrari collectors, like Franco Cimatti, Marc Newson, Paolo Pininfarina and Aldo Colonetti.
The results have been announced on January 15, 2016.
Ferrari decided to produce a new exclusive line for its customers – Ferrari F12tdf. There will be only 799 cars available.
However, if you don’t like being one of the 799 lucky owners of a Ferrari F12tdf, you can always make it even rarer and have the Vitesse AuDessus Louboutin Limited Edition, using carbon fiber on each inch of the Italian car’s surface.
And yes, the name does resemble the famous female brand. Vitesse AuDessus has an activity directed towards carbon fiber handcrafted details for the most exclusive supercars, like LaFerrari, Ferrari FXX K, 599XX ECVO and Koenigsegg.
The company’s work comes with a 5 year warranty. There will be only 5 Ferrari F12tdf cars that the company will work on.
The basic edition involves a carbon fiber chassis, painted in red, with carbon fiber wheels and a weight reduction of 159 kg from the standard F12tdf weight.
No prices have been yet made public, but chances are that a carbon fiber body will take the figures somewhere between 100 000 dollars and 200 000 dollars.
Ferrari FXX EVO is an important performance of the brand, representing one of the strongest, most expensive and exclusive cars in its history.
Moreover, the XX program, directed to ultra-exclusiveness, was launched through this model.The Italian brand decided to produce only 30 units of the FXX model, all of them running on naturally aspired V12 engines, with a capacity of 6.3 liters.
The power produced by these cars equals 789 hp. Nevertheless, the Evoluzione kit increased this number to 850 hp, at a torque of 9500 rpm. The car reaches its first 100 km/h in as little as 2.5 seconds.
There is no official information on how many FXX models have installed the Evoluzione kit, which costs 1.5 million dollars.
We caught this beauty in Connecticut – a pearl white FXX Evoluzione and we simply couldn’t help sharing it with you! Enjoy!
Once they have done the “job” with a Lamborghini Huracan, the players of xXx Performance went to a new level.
Now they have specialized in modifying the latest Ferrari engined turbo-aspirated model the new Ferrari 488 GTB. And to be sure that no one can overcome this chapter the tuner propose three variants of amendments from the start!
I’m not saying that would have little horsepower the new 488 GTB, but we know there is always room for more than that. And finally why not do from a Sportcar a Monster? Especially the 3.9-liter turbocharged V8 unit allows this!
Therefore if the reserve power and 760 Nm 670 hp in stock, does not meet all requirements, you can start with Stage 1, which raises the performance to 750 PS and 830 Nm!
Do you want more? Opt for Stage 2, which brings 850 PS and 930 Nm of torque, so you wake up in the fastest hyper cars league on the planet. And if you feel that you meet the ultimate test, then go to Stage 3 version to enjoy a total of 1,000 PS (736 kW 986hp) and 1,250 Nm of torque! And that means you automatically become the owner of a Ferrari more powerful than eccentric FXX K!
The upgrade includes significant changes to the bodywork, so 488-receives a new front spoiler, side skirts, diffuser on the rear exterior mirrors and new air vents accommodated next to the rear light blocs, all of which are made of fiber carbon.
Further the stock wheels gave the way to some customized Vossen VPS-315T with a 21-inch diameter tires 245/30 ZR21 shod in 325/35 ZR21 at the rear. The Icing on the cake is the sports suspension that lowers the car by up to 35 mm, and if necessary, the hydraulic system helps to raise “belly up” to step over obstacles.
The artistic current Futurism inspired this Ferrari F25 concept, planned for year 2025. The IADD graduates, Riccardo Bordin and Diego Dellavalle projected it for the Ferrari Contest in design in 2011.
Everything about this car seems to come from the future, starting with the technologies and up to the minor details. F25 seems to scream speed even when it’s not moving.
The aim of the project was to demonstrate stability and tension that will be available in the future. These features come through a set of self-regulating processes, similar to the ones that take place inside the living creatures.
Thus, this car is perceived as a living body, which enhances the relationship between the driver and the car, introducing new innovative technologies, which completely revolutionize the concept of aerodynamic and speed.
Some of the main technologies include Automend, which is a self-repairing plastic on the most risky parts of the car, Betagel, which disperses the shock on the protection bars and the seats amd Aerogel, a liquid gel that comes as a thermal isolator.
The car works on an electric propulsion system, which comprises four engines that are placed in the wheels and are charged by a battery operating on a hydrogen turbine.