SUPERCARBROKER.COM is offering an ultra-rare Ferrari FXX-K – but any potential purchaser will need to find £3.5m to buy it.
Just one of 35 made, the FXX-K is a high-performance race car from the prancing horse. Although Ferrari designed it to be a track-only vehicle, SupercarBroker.com, which offers a professional and discreet brokerage service for the acquisition and disposal of supercars worldwide, is offering to have it converted for road use.
SupercarBroker.com describes the FXX-K as ‘extremely rare and technologically advanced’ and ‘not only a great investment but a fantastic collector’s item’.
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Whoever ends up owning this motoring masterpiece will be eligible to compete in Ferrari’s Corse Clienti race series – a hugely exclusive opportunity reserved for a very fortunate few.
No FXX-K has ever been converted to road-legal status, but SupercarBroker.com assures potential customers that this option would be performed by highly experienced engineers, making the vehicle a unique hypercar.
The company also makes the point that if someone from across the pond is considering buying this FXX-K, it would be cheaper than an average US spec LaFerrari coupé, even after the conversion.
The FXX-K was revealed in 2014 and quickly became popular after being showcased at events such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The car got a huge publicity boost this month when Chris Harris drove it in the first episode of the new series of Top Gear. After taking it for a spin, he said: ‘When the world’s electric, I think I’ll remember this day more than any other.’
We contacted SupercarBroker.com for more information, but they didn’t return our calls.
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