The Ferrari shield is famously known as the prancing horse. What's under the hood of the 2018 Ferrari FXX K Evo, however, is a herd of over 1,000 horses champing at the bit.\r\n\r\nFerrari\u2019s naming system actually has a logic to it, and this car\u2019s name reveals its exclusivity. The XX series represents the company\u2019s dedication to its most faithful customers. The \u201cK\u201d references one of the technological advances of the car\u2014the KERS system. KERS is \u201ckinetic energy recovery technology.\u201d In effect, the KERS stores kinetic energy from braking to be used later in acceleration. The FXX series features a 12-cylinder, 6.3-liter engine capable of producing 1036 total horsepower, (848 from the V12 engine and 187 from the electric motor). Torque for this beast comes out at 664 pound-feet. The FXX-K hits 60 in 2.6 seconds.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Evo takes things up\u2014or more appropriately, down a notch\u2014with its highly researched and tested downforce levels. With a lighter weight and the twin-profile fixed wing on the tail, negative lift forces exceed 1830 pounds on the Evo, which is a 23 percent improvement over previous versions and a 75 percent increase compared to the LaFerrari.\r\n\r\nThe tall and short of it is that this horse doesn\u2019t prance. It doesn\u2019t even gallop. It\u2019s a full-tilt, balls-to-the-wall, hold-on-tight stampede.\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.