Ferrari SF90 by Novitec combines killer looks with 1,109 PS
Novitec has rolled out a full customization program for the part-electric Ferrari SF90 Stradale that sees it transformed into a real badass with more thrust than ever before.
Moving straight to the point, the car now gets 1,109 metric horsepower from its hybrid powertrain (1,094 hp / 816 kW). The stock value is 1,000 PS (986 hp / 735 kW), and an earlier Novitec tune only managed to raise it to 1,033 PS (1,019 hp / 760 kW).
Bolstered like this, the supercar zaps from standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.4 seconds and from standstill to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 6.3 seconds. The top speed remains to be determined, but the company claims it exceeds 340 km/h (211 mph).
Exterior modifications start with the enlarged splitter, elegant canards surrounding the front bumper, ventilated arches (these were missing from the original project) and a plethora of carbon-fiber trim pieces. The arches are still occupied by 21-inch Vossen wheels, but you can always pick a different model on the tuner’s website. Novitec recommends dropping the suspension by a further 30 mm (1.2”) at the front and 25 mm (1”) at the rear, and installing a lift kit on the front axle to conquer the otherwise insurmountable obstacles, like mild speed bumps.
The interior gets an optional makeover in natural leather and Alcantara, and the exhaust system can be swapped for any of a large number of aftermarket options available. The best one is gold-plated for maximum heat dissipation.
Novitec stays silent about the prices as usual, but points out that most parts will be compatible with the Spider version as well.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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