Spoilers, and splitters, and wings. Oh my!
Ferrari Fxx K
Or if a Chiron isn't your style, Lego has a few other options.
Here are four Ferrari FXX Ks being thrashed around Imola. That's really all you need to know, right?
What does four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel drive when he's not on the F1 grid? In this latest video, he takes the new Ferrari FXX K track machine out for a spin around the Fiorano test track in Maranello.
It may take another few years, but the smart money is on Ferrari developing an even more hardcore Evoluzione version of the LaFerrari-based FXX K track machine. At least Ferrari's factory test driver seems to think so.
When Ferrari took the wraps off its new FXX K track machine in Abu Dhabi last week, it conspicuously left out some key details. Sure, the Prancing Horse marque told us how much power it produced, and what it had done to the aero package to make it hug the track even closer than the road-going LaFerrari on which it's based – but it didn't tell us just how fast it will go, or how much it will cost. The latest reports, however, seek to fill in those blanks.
Ever since Ferrari revealed the latest evolution of its flagship hypercar series with the debut of LaFerrari at the Geneva Motor Show last year, the question on everyone's mind – aside from how it would stack up against rivals like the McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder – is what it would look like in its ultimate, unhinged, track-focused iteration. But now we need wonder no more as the Prancing Horse marque has revealed the new FXX K.