Novitec’s Ferrari SF90 Gets 1,094 Hp And More Aggressive Aero

Novitec announced its complete tuning package for the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, combining visual tweaks with a lowered suspension and an increased power output of 1,094 hp from the hybrid powertrain. The new kit comes one year after the first package with Novitec taking the aero and power upgrades a bit further as we are waiting for Ferrari to introduce a more powerful variant of the supercar.

Starting with the design, the new front splitter is more prominent and features larger flaps on the sides. More importantly, the new carbon-fiber front fenders now have integrated vents for better aero. Carbon trim has been added on the bonnet scoop, the mirror caps, the side sills, the rear quarter windows, and the side intakes, further enhancing the SF90’s stance.

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The rear end got a significantly larger ducktail spoiler, matching the roof spoiler and the large diffuser with its carbon looks. Additional carbon trim can be found on the rear hood and engine bay. Novitec claims that those parts are not only for show, as they were developed in the air tunnel and generate more downforce and improve the airflow and cooling. Interior upgrades are more limited, with fine leather and Alcantara upholstery in the colour of the customer’s liking.

The 21-inch NF10 forged rims made by Vossen retain their place, but the owner can choose among a variety of 20-inch and 21-inch wheel designs. Novitec is still offering its own sport springs, lowering the car by 30 mm (1.2 inches) at the front and by 25 mm (1 inch) at the back. In order to keep your splitter safe from speed bumps, there is an optional 40 mm (1.6 inches) lift system for the front axle.

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And now we move to the power upgrades. The hybrid powertrain of the SF90 combines the twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 with a trio of electric motors. The Novitec N-Tronic control modules and the tweaked exhaust add an extra 107 hp (80 kW / 109 PS) and 118 Nm (87 lb-ft) of torque to the combustion engine. With the electric motors unchanged, the combined power output is increased to 1,094 hp (816 kW / 1,109 PS), up from the 986 hp (735 kW / 1000 PS) of the stock model, and from the 1,019 hp (760 kW / 1,033 PS) of Novitec’s previous tune.

The power boost results in improved performance, with Novitec claiming that the tuned SF90 accelerates from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 2.4 seconds (-0.1 second), and from 0-200 km/h (0-124 mph) in 6.3 seconds (-0.4 seconds). We don’t have the exact figure for the top speed which is said to exceed the 340 km/h (211 mph) mark. The tuner suggests that the supercar benefits from “more instant throttle response and the even more powerful in-gear acceleration in any driving situation”.

As for the exhausts, Novitec is offering different options with or without electronic sound management. The best one comes with 999 fine gold plating for better heat dissipation, 100-cell sport catalysts with thermal insulation, and two 112 mm stainless steel pipes with carbon embellishers. If you want to hear how they sound in real life, you can check out Novitec’s official video below. Besides the SF90 Stradale, the parts will soon be available for the SF90 Spider.

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