Mansory-tuned Ferrari SF90 hits 355 km/h (220 mph)
Mansory has been busy tinkering around with Ferrari supercars lately, going from middle-ground to high-end. This week, the German aftermarket specialist unveiled an SF90 tuned to deliver an additional 200 horsepower.
The so-called Mansory F9XX rocks a forged-carbon body kit that lets it generate proportional amounts of extra downforce on both axles, resulting in a very balanced per-axle distribution of load, per the manufacturer. The same kit is said to improve cooling by directing more air into the intakes found on the rear wheel arches and the roof.
As for the power, the stock 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 gets a push to 980 PS (966 hp / 721 kW) and 980 Nm (723 lb-ft) of torque, a bump of approximately two hundred points to both OEM values. An on-board trio of electric motors stays unmodded and contributes its standard power to the system, resulting in a staggering total output of 1,100 PS (1,085 hp / 809 kW).
Dynamic performance tests have proven that the mods were all viable. The SF90 ran 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 2.4 seconds and hit its speed ceiling at 355 km/h (220.6 mph).
Rounding off the impressive project is a bespoke interior makeover. Mansory offers a vast array of custom options here, with the show car betting on a combination of black and yellow leather with abundant carbon fiber.
Prices have not been mentioned.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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