Street-legal Ferrari FXX Evolution

Street-legal Ferrari FXX Evolution

Edo Competition Ferrari FXX fq

It seems that aftermarket tuner edo competition has run out of supercars to modify. The performance firm has already tweaked almost every mainstream supercar, and have now decided to have a second crack at the Ferrari Enzo. The German tuner’s latest version of the ultimate Prancing Horse is called the FXX Evolution and is in essence a road-going version of the FXX Evoluzione race car offered to Ferrari’s special Corse Clienti program.

So why does this particular Enzo get the coveted FXX name? For starters, 840 horsepower. Displacement of the V12 engine has been pumped up from 6.0 to 6.3-litres, and new camshafts, titanium valve springs and connecting rods, new cylinder heads, and a high-flow exhaust system have all been added to facilitate the 180 horsepower increase. Without mufflers, the FXX Evolution matches its racing counterpart’s 860 horsepower. Edo competition also managed to drop 100 kg from the car’s weight, decrease shift times to 60 milliseconds (also matching the race car), and install an FIA-spec adjustable suspension system. Finally, the exterior gets an adjustable rear wing and a new rear fascia with relocated exhaust tips.

Edo competition is offering a conversion package to all Enzo owners that includes a test day with an instructor, mechanics, data logging, transport and hospitality. The cost of all this hasn’t been announced but it is sure to be suitably ridiculous.

Edo Competition Ferrari FXX fq

It seems that aftermarket tuner edo competition has run out of supercars to modify. The performance firm has already tweaked almost every mainstream supercar, and have now decided to have a second crack at the Ferrari Enzo. The German tuner’s latest version of the ultimate Prancing Horse is called the FXX Evolution and is in essence a road-going version of the FXX Evoluzione race car offered to Ferrari’s special Corse Clienti program.

So why does this particular Enzo get the coveted FXX name? For starters, 840 horsepower. Displacement of the V12 engine has been pumped up from 6.0 to 6.3-litres, and new camshafts, titanium valve springs and connecting rods, new cylinder heads, and a high-flow exhaust system have all been added to facilitate the 180 horsepower increase. Without mufflers, the FXX Evolution matches its racing counterpart’s 860 horsepower. Edo competition also managed to drop 100 kg from the car’s weight, decrease shift times to 60 milliseconds (also matching the race car), and install an FIA-spec adjustable suspension system. Finally, the exterior gets an adjustable rear wing and a new rear fascia with relocated exhaust tips.

Edo competition is offering a conversion package to all Enzo owners that includes a test day with an instructor, mechanics, data logging, transport and hospitality. The cost of all this hasn’t been announced but it is sure to be suitably ridiculous.

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