The Ferrari 488 FXX may never happen but that doesn’t mean that it cannot exist in the virtual world either.
Ferrari has officially pulled the wraps off the successor of the 458, which is basically a facelift and not an entirely new supercar, but this has kept rendering artists busy for days as they have virtually created several versions of the model, starting with the 488 GTS, the Spider, and ending with this one, the 488 FXX, the track only version. Keep in mind that such a model may never see daylight because Ferrari is already offering such a variant of the range topping LaFerrari, so there is basically no need for a track only version of the 488, but we have to admit that it looks menacing.
The two images posted below are renderings and we can notice the wider body kit, the modified front fascia, the rear spoiler, the wider wheel arches, the larger wheels and several other bits and pieces that scream “look at me, I can’t be driven on public roads!”. The regular version, the 488 GTB, has a brand new 3.9 liter twin turbocharged engine under its hood which can develop 670 HP (493 kW) and 760 Nm (560 lb-ft) of torque, connected to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission. The supercar needs just 3 seconds in order to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill and it can go up to 330 km/h (205 mph). More info on it will be released next month, in Geneva.
Source: Evren Milano