|Ferrari FXX Millechili|
|Unveiling||June 21, 2007|
|Class Concept Car||Sports Car|
|Weight||2207 lb (1000kg)|
As part of Ferrari’s 60th Anniversary weekend celebration in 2007, Ferrari quietly unveiled the Ferrari FXX Millechili concept. Looking like a 3/4 scale Enzo, The Millechili highlights Ferrari commitment towards exploring more eco-friendly alternatives to its future cars. One of the ways it intends to accomplish this is through extreme weight reduction. 'Millechili' stands for 1000kg, which is the weight of this cardboard and plastic presentation vehicle. Although it is obviously smaller than the car it is based on, it still sits within the same wheelbase and thus can hold a V8 or a V12 in its current configuration. As of 2012, the car has not yet been released.
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The car (to some) looks like a combination of all the current Ferrari cars avalable in 2007. This Ferrari is also very small compared to most of their vehicles.
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This car has yet been released and is not expected to. If so, it would most likely be only avalable in Italy.
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