Mansory studio presented a complex program of completions for a 1000-horsepower super hybrid Ferrari SF90 Stradale. Car was added a new aerodynamic dodger made of pressed carbon fiber, forged wheels, and also increased the output of the power plant to 1100 horsepower. Acceleration time to a hundred decreased by 0.1 seconds, and the maximum speed increased by 15 kilometers per hour.
In the hands of specialists of Mansory super hybrid Ferrari SF90 Stradale is transformed into a bristling monster named F9XX. The revamping program includes the installation of a new aerodynamic dodger made of pressed carbon fiber, forged wheels YT.5 Air with diameters of 21 and 22 inches, and an increasing power unit. According to the tuners, they didn’t touch the electric part of the drive but did some serious work on the internal combustion engine.
The standard SF90 Stradale has a twin-turbo V8 4.0 engine with 780 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque and in addition three electric motors with a total output of 220 horsepower. One is installed between the engine and gearbox, the other two on the front axle. On the Mansory F9XX, the engine is boosted to 980 hp and 980 Nm of torque, so the combined power is 1100 horsepower. Thanks to this, acceleration time to “a hundred” was reduced by 0.1 seconds, to 2.4, and maximum speed was increased by 15 kilometers per hour – to 355.
Last year the tuning kit for the SF90 Stradale was presented by the workshop Novitec. Super hybrid got lowered suspension, replaced the exhaust system, and increased power up to 1033 powers. Giving “Biturbo-eight” increased from 780 to 813 horsepower and torque – from 800 to 858 Nm. As an option, the car is offered with an Inconel exhaust manifold instead of steel and with a heat-dissipating coating of 999 gold.