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Ferrari FXX: Ferrari FXX

Road-legal version of the super-Enzo created by Edo Competition

Presumably the only thing stopping you from buying a 1.5 million euro Ferrari FXX is the fact you can't take one on the roads. Worry no longer, as Edo Competition has seen to that and added the required lights, handbrake, emissions-friendlier exhaust and some adjustable suspension to make it usable - and legal - on the roads.

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The car itself is essentially an Enzo GTI - the 6.3-litre V12 is tweaked to deliver 800bhp (at 8500rpm) enabling the car to lap Ferrari's Fiorano test track in 1min 16sec - almost nine seconds quicker than a stock Enzo. Just 30 were produced, and sold to wealthy owners who had the seat and pedals tailored to fit their seating position.

Their 1.5 million euros also paid for the attention of Ferrari's technical team and the use of the FXX in competition, making it a pricey but highly desirable trackday toy. Thanks to Edo, though, it is now so much more...

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