The ‘standard’ Ferrari SF90 Stradale produces 769 hp and that’s a lot, but Novitec, a German tuning company, has taken it one step further.
The sophisticated four-liter, twin-turbo hybrid V8 that powers the SF90 is now delivering 1,109 hp.
This means the Novitec Ferrari now reaches a top speed of 211 mph and goes from 0-60mph in just 2.4 seconds.
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Novitec didn’t stop there, they also put their own touches on the bodywork and interior.
This is a good-looking car, arguably one of the prettiest modern Ferraris, and it appears they know that because they didn’t make any extreme changes.
‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ – as they say.
So it looks very similar to the original, apart from a few carbon extras here and there.
There’s a new aero kit, with a new front lip spoiler, new carbon front flaps and new fenders.
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In addition to that, they also fitted new carbon components to the rear, including a carbon diffuser and a new roof spoiler.
They also fitted new 21-inch forged rims, manufactured in partnership with Vossen, a US-based company that specializes in wheels for luxury cars.
Lastly, Novitec custom-made springs.
The car is now lower than the original model, which makes it a bit faster, and probably even harder to park and drive around the city.
But the average owner probably won’t care about that, and they actually needn’t worry, because there’s also a clever lift system, allowing the driver to raise the front by 40 mm.
The interior is upholstered in a combination of leather and Alcantara but it is also highly customizable.
The owner can choose which parts are made from which material, and then of course they also get to pick the color.
So how much will it go for?
Well, the factory Ferrari SF90 costs around $500,000 and the Novitec treatment is basically made-to-measure, which means that the final price will vary dramatically depending on how you spec it.
But you know what they say: if you have to ask…
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