it is NOT street legalIt isn't a prototype nor a test car!
It's really a special Ferrari...
There have been only 20-25 made for about 1.7 million each!
Whoever purchased one, instantly became a memeber of the fiorano ferrari circuit and are able to race around there.
it is a street legal vehicle!
Funnily enough all of them got sold after just a few weeks after their release!:drive:
The FXX is not street legal anywhere and you would not want to even try to drive it on the street. It is designed for smooth track surfaces only.I know about at least one FXX that had license plates and was used on the streets
My guess is that the owner had some spare license plates and just put them on the FXX to take it out for a spin
Well, it's not like the police can catch him or anything, right? hehehehehe
Actually you can. There are a few for sale and several have already changed hands at least once. Ferrari needs to approve the new buyer, otherwise all factory support is cut off.$1.4 million. You still can't get one- Ferrari is only selling them to previous Ferrari customers that have had a long-standing relationship with the company. Everyone is already spoken for, and they include mutiple track sessios and support from the F1 tech team.
This is because the original sale was for a testing period (the idea being that the owners would be paying test drivers for Ferrari SpA) of I think 2 years - maybe 3 years. Anyway, the period has now expired and now the owners can sell, under the conditions that Boxer has indicated above.Actually you can.