Presented a unique supercar Ferrari, which exists in a single copy. The Ferrari Special Projects division was responsible for the development – an exclusive track car was built on an individual order of an unnamed client, which received the designation KC23. The Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo racing coupe was taken as a basis, for which original body panels and door lifting mechanisms were created from scratch. Active aerodynamic elements became the supercar’s feature – movable “gills” on the sides, which take away pictures of hot air.
There are few details about the exclusive Ferrari KC23. It is announced for 21-inch wheels in front and 22-inch in the rear, Alcantara bucket seats and cameras instead of traditional exterior mirrors, the image from which is displayed on screens located under the ceiling. The kit comes with a wing, which is installed manually immediately before leaving the track. But on public roads such a car is closed.
There is no information about the KC23 power plant. If we talk about the “donor” 488 GT3 Evo, then it is driven by a 3.9-liter eight-cylinder biturbo engine with a return of 600 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque. A custom-built supercar, due to the modifications made, cannot take part in racing series, and therefore engine power is not limited by technical regulations and can be much higher – up to 720 hp.
The public premiere of the Ferrari KC23 will take place at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this coming weekend (July 13-16). Then the supercar will become part of the Ferrari Museum for two months, and only after that the car will be handed over to the customer.