What are the Italians up to now? Spotted here sporting a lightly camoflaged front nose is the Ferrari FXX - a car that is supposedly only allowed to be driven at special track days pre-approved by Ferrari.

What are the Italians up to now? Spotted here sporting a lightly camoflaged front nose is the Ferrari FXX - a car that is supposedly only allowed to be driven at special track days pre-approved by Ferrari. Also to add fuel to the fire, this picture was taken from the rear gate of the Maranello factory which we have seen a number of prototypes emerge from for on the road testing in the past.

From what we can see through the camoflage, there are no visible elements to distinguish it from the FXX we have seen in the past. But due to the very strict nature which Ferrari operates the testing of the FXX, it appears unlikely this could be an updated or modified version. This leaves the possibility that this could be a mule for an all new flagship and potentially successor to the all conquering Enzo, or are we just left dreaming of what could be yet again?

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