They call it the 296 GTZ (Gran Turismo di Zacoe).
They will be building just 199 pieces and can be built to a certain specification should you wish.
Liberty Walk prices the body kit at $22,600 (approx. R420k) excluding painting and fitment.
What makes this FXX-K Evo unique is its 1:2 scale, making it half the size of the actual car.
The team received actual CAD data from Ferrari, ensuring unparalleled accuracy in replication.
It also features seven diamonds as a reference to his seven Championships.
The tuner also says it is working on the naturally aspirated V12 with several power upgrades in the offing.
It managed to fetch a whopping $51.7 million (approx. R970m).
The order books are “at highest levels”.
Mansory has painted the Italian supercar two-tone turquoise and black paint with a fading effect.