Just when we thought the Ferrari SF90 Stradale was saved from Mansory treatment, the tuner released its bizarre ‘F9XX’ kit for both the SF90 Stradale and the SF90 Spider.
Some changes have been made to the SF90’s powertrain. Whereas the 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 typically produces 769 hp before any electrical assistance, that number has now risen to 966 hp and 722 pound-feet (980 Nm). When calculating for the hybrid supercar’s three electric motors, it now churns out 1,084 hp.
The Mansori Ferrari did not specify what engine it upgraded, but said it could now hit a top speed of 62 mph (100 km / h) and 220 mph (355 km / h) in 2.4 seconds.
Then we get the aesthetics. Never hesitate to make visual and aerodynamic changes that could cause controversy, as Mansori has modified the front of the SF90 with a new bumper, splitter, air intake and a hood. Many of these components also end up in exposed imitation carbon fiber.
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The F9XX’s dramatic design is further enhanced by the front wheel arch louver and the 21 × 9.5 front and 22 × 12 rear wheel sets wrapped in 255/30 and 335/25 tires. These wheels also have carbon accents. Attractive looks continue with new side skirts, modified side air intakes and new wing mirror caps.
The back is more diverse than the front. For starters, taking a big breath helps to feed the V8 with cool air through a fake carbon engine cover. The mansory has a large rear wing with an endplate attached to the rear bumper. As for the rear bumper, it also has an insane diffuser and four central tailpipes.
Completing the new look is a modified interior with a combination of newly added black and yellow leather. Mansory has added some extra carbon fiber to the steering wheel and bathed the door panels and floor mats in seat-like yellow and black.