FXX K Evo is the most capable variant of the LaFerrari hybrid hypercar to date.

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The FXX K Evo is available both as a standalone car and as an upgrade package for owners of the FXX K.

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The FXX K's improvements focus on aerodynamics and weight.

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Ferrari claims the FXX K Evo will generate 1,410 pounds of downforce at 124 mph, and at max speed, that number rises to more than 1,830 pounds.

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This is a 23 percent improvement over the "regular" FXX K, and nearly double that of the road-legal LaFerrari. 

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Ferrari claims it's lighter than the standard FXX K, but it did not give a specific curb weight.

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The screen that stands in for the rearview mirror is now larger, measuring 6.5 inches.

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There's also a new steering wheel with integrated shift paddles.

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An 860-horsepower V12 mates to an electric motor to produce a net 1,050 hp. 

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FXX K Evo owners get the chance to drive their cars on nine different tracks around the world, since it's not road legal.

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Ferrari brings the cars and support staff to the tracks, and the owners just have to show up and drive. 

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Sounds nice.

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