Ferrari’s “XX Project” includes track-legal prototypes that are produced in limited numbers and maintained by the Italian automaker. Owners have to pay a premium for a program that allows them to drive their cars on special track days held by Ferrari. Otherwise, the prototypes are kept under Ferrari’s possession at the manufacturer’s facilities. The premium ranges from over $2 million on the FXX to $3 million on the FXXK.
The latter is the latest addition to the ‘XX’ series and is based on the LaFerrari. Under the hood, the FXX K features the LaFerrari’s 6.3-litre V12 engine and an electric motor. When the two work in unison, the FXX K produces 1023 hp and over 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque.
The V12 produces 835 hp while the remaining 188 hp comes from the electric motor. A 7-speed paddle-shift dual clutch transmission transfers the power to the rear wheels of the car.
In the above gallery, is one of the 40 models (some claim 32) of the FXX K, spotted in France during a track, by Franck Tournier. The car is in a unique Tour de France Blue exterior paint. It is said that the Ferrari FXX K can reach 0 to 100 km/h in around 2.5 seconds with a top-speed of 350 km/h.