European tuners take the SF90 to a whole new level with a new exhaust system that sounds amazing, tons of carbon fiber, and more power.
In celebration of the 90th anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari team, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a supercar with over 1,000 horsepower and an outstanding exterior appearance.
It is important to note, however, that many of us still want the Ferrari SF90 Stradale to have more power, both in terms of performance and appearance. Maybe Novitec can fulfill those wishes with its carbon fiber-clad and boosted Ferrari SF90 Stradale.
A Ferrari SF90 Stradale already has a beautiful design thanks to its wind-cheating shape and dynamic styling. However, Novitec's aerodynamic parts can still enhance the Ferrari's appearance with their carbon fiber-based visible parts that add more aerodynamic power.
Among the parts identified by Novitec's Bijon de Kock are the front spoiler lip, the upper front bumper, the front lip attachments, the front bumper lateral attachments, and two tailored components (front lid cover and front lid insert), and the front flaps.
The Novitec company offers a number of carbon fiber front fenders with air outlets above the tires, rocker panels, the upper parts of the side mirrors, the triangles around the window, and sidewalls with air guides.
A large amount of carbon fiber parts were also created by Novitec for the rear section of the SF90 Stradale, including special air deflectors, a massive ducktail rear wing, and a roof spoiler, among others. In addition to the diffuser, there are also covers for the engine bay, boot lid, and trunk (luggage compartment) made out of carbon fiber.
A stock SF90 Stradale features a hybrid engine combining a twin-turbocharged V8 engine and three electric motors. In 2.5 seconds, the SF90 Stradale can zoom from zero to 62 mph with its hybrid system, which is capable of delivering 986 hp and 590 lb-ft of peak torque.
Novitec's tuning upgrade propels the Ferrari to hypercar status. These already make it a borderline hypercar, but Novitec's tuning upgrade makes it a borderline hypercar.
Two plug-and-play N-Tronic modules were attached to the twin-turbo V8 engine's electronics to remap the injection and ignition and increase the electronic boost pressure limit. The electric motors remained unaffected.
A high-performance exhaust system with metal catalysts was installed as part of further upgrades. This system can be equipped with or without electronic noise management, and it can be made of a variety of materials.
The Novitec Ferrari S90 Stradale, fitted with 21-inch Vossen wheels, now makes around 108 more horsepower than the stock model. Despite more power, the Novitec-upgraded version can reach a top speed of more than 211 mph.
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