The FXX K is one of the wildest Ferraris ever. It's a track-only, V12 hybrid-powered 1036-horsepower mid-engine monster capable of leaving pretty much anything in the dust. We didn't think it could get any more hardcore—until this car appeared.
What looks to be a more extreme version of the FXX K was captured on video by YouTuber testing on the Monza F1 circuit in Italy on Monday. Instead of the winglets found on either edge of the rear, there's a full-on wing that stretches the entire width across. There are also two dive planes on either side of the front bumper that aren't present on the normal FXX K.
From the video we can see the active rear aero piece found on the LaFerrari is still there, though it looks even bigger than before. And of course, there's that V12 soundtrack, which sounds just as good as ever.
Could this be Ferrari's FXX K Evoluzione? We don't know for sure. But it certainly looks like something new. Watch and judge for yourself. And please, turn up the volume.
Hat tip to Alexander West