The Scottsdale Auction Week is known as one of the most profitable auctions all over the world. A few weeks ago we told you that there would be a Ferrari FXX Evoluzione and a Maserati MC12. Next to these two supercars there were also some collectors items such as a 1948 Tucker and Fiat 8V Supersonic up for sale! In total a sum of $ 14 million was retrieved.
Of course, one of the most impressive auctions was the 2006 Ferrari FXX Evoluzione which sold for an impressive $ 2,1 Million (€ 1,5 million – £ 1,3 million). This model is one of 30 FXX examples of Ferrari’s most advanced production car ever created. It is powered by a V12 engine that produces a stunning 860bhp. That power enables the car to sprint from standstill to 100km/h (62mph) in just 2.7 seconds and reaching a topspeed of 398km/h (249mph).