Street Legal Ferrari FXX – As Elite As You Can Get

Ferrari FXX (Images courtesy FinalGear Forums)
By Andrew Liszewski

For those who don’t know, the Ferrari FXX is kind of a ‘race-ready’ version of the Ferrari Enzo, and is far from street legal. In fact, the car costs $2.5 million and if you’re lucky enough to own one of the 30 in existence, you can only drive it on special track days at the Ferrari facilities.

But it seems one owner in Switzerland decided he didn’t want to be told when he could drive his $2.5 million investment, and so spent another $250,000 to make the car street legal. I really have no idea what goes into making a vehicle like this legal to drive on public roads, besides safety lighting, license plates and large payoffs to people at the department of motor vehicles. But if you want your car to stand out, driving the only street legal FXX on the planet is the way to go.

Let’s just hope this one doesn’t end up as a twisted wreck one day, like so many Enzos before it.

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9 thoughts on “Street Legal Ferrari FXX – As Elite As You Can Get”

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