According to the listing, the Ferrari had has been maintained in a collection since delivery. It was upgraded to Evolutionin the Fall of 2010 by Ferrari’s Corse Clienti department and returned to the collection where it sits.
The FXX uses some technology developed from the Enzo, and combines it with some new developments from Ferrari and its suppliers. Ferrari has built 30, adding one special edition to the 29 that were originally planned. The original 29 have all been sold to pre-selected past Ferrari customers.
The 30th was retained by Ferrari S.p.A. and presented to Ferrari's F1 World Champion driver, Michael Schumacher, when he retired from Formula One racing at the end of 2006. Schumacher's FXX differs from others in being black without a stripe, having red trimmed wheels, matte rather than chrome exhaust tips, and his personal logo stitched on the racing seats.
The current bid is $1.5 mlilon.
Article Last Updated: September 24, 2011.
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