Inside, the Ferrari FXX K Evo comes with a new steering wheel benefiting from F1-derived built-in gear shift paddles along with controls for using the kinetic energy recovery system (KERS). In addition, the screen mounted on the right side of the driver to show footage coming from the rear camera has been replaced with a bigger 6.5-inch display. An upgraded telemetry system – which includes KERS status – is also shown on the more expansive screen.
At the rear, a fixed wing is now fitted, which has been developed to work symbiotically with the active rear spoiler. Although not a new item, the spoiler’s software has been tweaked for maximum benefit with the wing.
The car is being made available both to those customers already with an FXX-K and as an “extremely limited-run model”, and will be involved in next year’s XX programme from March-October. Should you want one, Ferrari has probably already been in touch. Not one of those people? Let’s hope there’s one on YouTube soon!
That’s right, driving a Ferrari FXX K Evo isn’t driving a deliriously overpowered slice of unobtanium, you are doing SCIENCE. So, about those life choices…