New Old Stock Engine: Complete with Inlets, Airbox, Ancillaries and Loom
The Ferrari FXX is the original of the brand’s XX program, which is meant for a curated selection of the company’s most devoted patrons. For these customers, the chance to drive a Ferrari in race conditions is a thrilling prospect. It is noteworthy that even after buying it, the car still belongs to the automaker.
If you’re one of the fortunate 30 owners of an FXX, now’s your opportunity to make your supercar truly yours – or at least its most significant element. RM Sotheby’s is auctioning off a new, unopened Tipo F140 DA Ferrari FXX engine, still in its original shipping crate.
It has been confirmed that the very first openly-available fully NOS Ferrari FXX engine is currently up for sale, as per the listing. Its dimensions are documented as 39.3 inches (100 cm) wide, 48.0 inches (122 cm) long, and 42.1 inches (107 cm) tall; plus its mass sums to 578 lbs (262 kg).
Enthusiastic FXX proprietors can employ this engine as a fallback for track days, or alternatively, as proposed in the listing, it can be affixed to demonstrate and be a wonderful centerpoint in any assemblage.
This FXX engine is a revised form of the V12 employed in the Ferrari Enzo. With the FXX track vehicle, the naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 produces 789 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 506 lb-ft of torque, making an impressive and stunning sound not unlike other XX models such as the 599XX and the FXX K Evo.
The FXX engine being put up for sale is supplied with inlets, airbox, auxiliaries, and wiring harness, making it simple to assemble for someone knowledgeable enough to mount it up for utilization.
If you have the financial capacity, the newly released Ferrari FXX engine can be acquired through RM Sotheby’s until the 29th of March in 2023. This offering has no minimum bid from $245,000 up to $430,000 – a noteworthy amount given what is obtainable. Additionally, if you are intent on discovering the perfect V12 for your custom auto-build, this should be your optimal selection.
Source: RM Sotheby’s