2015 Ferrari FXX K Specification
Posted on May 27, 2015 | By james milner | Leave a response
2015 Ferrari FXX K Specification. Ferrari FXX K program research and development receives its world premiere in the circuit of Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi. The laboratorio-coche is based on first hybrid model of Maranello and you will walk down the slopes of the world from next year onwards. The K in his nickname is a reference to the “KERS” kinetic energy system recovery takes to maximize your performance on the track.
Unfettered by regulations and homologation racing, FXX K will never be used in competition. It was, in fact, developed to be completely inflexible, the incorporation of technological innovations that guarantee a driving experience without precedent to the exclusive group of drivers of cliente-prueba with which the prancing horse will launch a test program in the next two years.
Enormous potential for the car is witnessed by two significant figures: a total output of 1,050 HP (860 HP delivered by its conventional V12 engine and 190 by its electric motor) and a maximum torque of more than 900 Nm.
6262 cc V12 of the FXX K has new Camshafts and a modified with pushers mechanics instead of hydraulic valve train. Intake manifolds have been redesigned and given a special type of polishing treatment. The exhaust system has been modified since their mufflers have been removed.
The HY-KERS system has been specifically developed for pure performance with the result that the driver can control the logic of operation of the manettino 4 specific locking center console: qualify for maximum performance within a limited number of laps; Long Run to optimize the consistency of performance; Boost Manual for delivery of instant maximum torque; and loads fast, for a quick recharge of the battery of the car.
A focus on the delivery of maximum efficiency in all phases of each track lap has caused enormous but integrated work on all body both in terms of aerodynamics, active and passive.
The front of the car is dominated by a double profile spoiler and a larger divisor, which is 30 mm lower, with a hole in the Center. This design is an application of the concepts developed to improve the balance of aerodynamics in the category GT of the WEC, which Ferrari has won for three consecutive years. Two pairs of vertical elements, an end plate and, externally, a plane dive, along with vertical fins channel air into the flanks of the car, resulting in a longitudinal vortex that creates a localized depression. This in turn sucks the wake of wheels to the Exterior of the aerodynamic underbody. Together with the side skirts which extend out of the windowsills, the Vortex helps isolate the flow of air from the bottom to increase efficiency.
Solutions in the rear of the car are also very sophisticated. The tail section is now higher and mobile spoiler also extends a total increase of 60 mm extension when it is fully operational. A vertical fin and a small wing either side of the event queue as in the configuration of low friction guide vanes and increase the efficiency of the wing at high load aerodynamic one. This system also creates a considerable burden aerodynamics in the rear of the car, allowing the use of a volume of extreme broadcast to the rear diffuser which optimizes removal of air from the bottom. The section from the bottom flat just ahead of the rear wheels is also take advantage to the fullest to generate load aerodynamics thanks to the reduced pressure in the wheel arch guaranteed by direct connection to the rear of the car through a bypass.
The result is a 50% improvement in load aerodynamic configuration of low resistance and a 30% improvement in the load configuration aerodynamics more aggressive, resulting in a turnover of 540 kg at 200 km / h.
The dynamics of the vehicle has been improved further with the adoption of Pirelli spots complete with sensors that monitor the acceleration longitudinal, lateral and radial, as well as the temperature and pressure. This ensures an accurate analysis of the interaction between the tire and the surface of the track, providing even more vital data to allow the traction control system to ensure maximum performance.
The level of intervention of the E-Diff electronic differential, traction control F-Trac, SSC (Side Slip angle Control) – now calibrated Racing especially to suit the smooth tires of the car – and the high-performance ABS can be controlled through the five-position manettino on the steering wheel.
Maximum total power 1050 HP
Torque maximum total > 900 Nm
V12 maximum power of 860 HP @ 9200 rpm
9250 rpm RPM Max
V12 maximum torque 750 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Electric motor output of 140 kW (190 HP)
Internal combustion engine
Type 65 degrees. V12
Bore & stroke 94 x 75.2 mm
Total capacity 6262 cc
Specific power 137 cv / l
4896 mm length
2051 width mm
1116 mm height
Wheelbase 2650 mm
Front double swing arms
Tires (Pirelli P-Zero slicks with sensors)
Front 285/650 – R19x10.5
Rear 345/725 – R20x13
(Brembo) carbon ceramic brakes
398 x 223 x 36 mm front
Rear 380 x 253 x 34 mm
ESC stability control
High perf ABS system performance antilock / EBD brakes balance / electronic
F1 EF1-Trac electronic traction control system integrated with the hybrid system
E-Diff differential electronic 3 third generation
SCM-E PP magnetorreologico cushioning with double solenoids (tube of Al – Ni)