The only street-legal Ferrari FXX Evoluzione in existence recently went up for sale.
With an asking price of £9,999,999 ($12.5-million), this converted Ferrari Enzo FXX Evoluzione is not just one of 38 units that came new in 2008, but is the only one the Italian automaker ever converted to be street legal. And since Ferrari did the conversion, it comes with all the original components so the owner can revert it back to its true, hardcore track-only form if they wanted to.
The modifications to make it road-going include softer suspension that’s height adjustable, the addition of turn signals and brake lights, as well as a handbrake, street tires, a horn and main-beam headlights.
The conversion wasn’t done until 2015 and the good news is the 6.3-liter V12 engine continues to offer 850 horsepower and a top speed around 247 mph.
The car was listed by supercar dealer Amari, but the listing has since disappeared. It appears the Enzo FXX Evoluzione was first registered in the U.K. in 2015, which means it might not necessarily be legal in the U.S. There are 1,300 miles on the odometer and while that may seem low for a street car, it’s quite a bit for a model originally intended for use on the track.