The Ferrari FXX K is the most recent member of the Italian carmaker’s XX Program that consists of track-legal prototypes produced in limited numbers and maintained by the company itself.
Owners pay a hefty premium to acquire these hypercars and are only allowed to drive them on special track days held by Ferrari. On the latest track day organised at the famous Spa circuit in Belgium, this stunning white Ferrari FXX K was snapped by Lorenzo Beausaert.
The vehicle is based on the Ferrari LaFerrari and was unveiled in December 2014. It is said to cost around $3 million and its production will not exceed 40 units. The ‘K’ in the name stands for the KERS system that is used in the FXX K to maximize its power output.
The FXX K features the LaFerrari’s 6.3-liter V12 engine and an electric motor to produce a combined 1023 hp and over 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque. Apparently, the Ferrari FXX K can reach 0 to 100 km/h in around 2.5 seconds with a top-speed of 350 km/h. However, these numbers have not been confirmed by Ferrari as it closely guards the exact details of the XX prototypes as the latter borrow technology from the company’s F1 cars.