According to a recent report, the LaFerrari XX could be equipped with a Formula One-derived turbocharged V6 engine.

According to a recent report, the LaFerrari XX could be equipped with a Formula One-derived turbocharged V6 engine.

Details are limited but Top Gear is reporting the engine could be used in place of the standard model's 6.3-liter V12 that develops 800 PS (588 kW) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque. It remains unclear if there would be any modifications to the hybrid system but the standard LaFerrari uses a 163 PS (120 kW) electric motor that raises the car's combined output to 963 PS (708 kW).

Regardless of the final details, Ferrari's head of the Sporting Activity Department has previously said the LaFerrari XX will be a "hypercar for the circuit" and he hopes it will "arrive on the circuit in January or February of next year." Antonello Coletta also suggested the model will be about as powerful as the LaFerrari but feature improved aerodynamics, upgraded electronics, a sportier suspension and racing tires.

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