Maranello, April 16th 2002 – The design prototype of the Ferrari “FX” – this being the production code of this limited series model which carries on the tradition of the F40 and F50 – will debut at the “Artedinamica: Ferrari and Maserati at the Contemporary Art Museum of Tokyo” international Exhibition. The official inauguration will be on April 26th; from April 27th to July 14th the Exhibition will be open to the public.
The Ferrari FX, which will officially be presented at the Paris Auto Show on September 26th, will bring to the road Ferrari's most advanced technology, directly derived from the Formula 1 World Championship experience. The FX represents the ultimate expression of technological transfer from F1 to Ferrari’s road-going GTs, the conception of which has always benefited from racing experience at the highest level.
The big openings in the front sort of turn me off, like that real ugly Firebird 15 years ago. But, if I were to find out that they are really inlets to massive aero tunnels, I guess I could live with them. [img]smile.gif[/img]
Just got my Autoweek magazine last night. This car has 600+ hp and is custom tuned by Michael Schumaker to boot (now we really knows what he does for the $85 Million Ferrari pays him)! Top speed 215 mph, 0-60 in less than 4 seconds. All for only $450,000. Chump change to some of the people on this forum I'm sure!