The Novitec Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the most powerful of the PHEV supercars

The Novitec Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the most powerful of the PHEV supercars

Almost a year after the presentation of the Novitec Ferrari SF90 Stradale, the German trainer has come up with a second proposal on one of the sportiest models of the Italian firm. One more turn of the screw from which they have extracted more power, and in which they have also lent elements of the exclusive Novitec Ferrari Monza SP1.

It is rare that a preparer as exquisite as he is Novitec I would not like to lend myself to a new proposal on the Italian supercar, if we take into account that it is about to be a year since this German specialist presented his first retouch. So, the Germans already announced a second revision, because they were not as happy as expected.

And here is this new revision of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale that, although it apparently maintains the modern aesthetics printed by those of the Italian brand, in reality the improvements at the mechanical level are more interesting. For the exterior, the only outstanding feature is the new 21-inch forged alloy wheels from Vossen, the usual American supplierwhich attract powerful attention since the axes have spacers.

Novitec offers a wide range of interior customization for the Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Novitec Ferrari SF90 Stradale, a devilish machine

The most exquisite can also be done with a package with aerodynamic components made of carbon fiber -front spoiler on the bumper lip and at the rear, both with the light material visible, in addition to some powerful side skirts- that contribute to enhancing the more aggressive aesthetics conferred by the springs and shock absorbers that reduce the height of the body to the ground in 30 millimeters at the front and 35 millimeters at the rear.

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As it is not enough, it must be the mechanical section, because Novitec has once again surpassed itself, narrowly, but it has. The powerful plug-in hybrid set as standard -with three electric motors- stays at a thousand horsepower and, while the previous preparation, amounted to 1,033 CV, thanks to two new catalysts that offer an extra 109 hpand a new management unit that works on ignition and turbo pressure, the maximum power rises to 1,109 CV!

Even the exhaust system is completely new, gold leaf coated as on the Novitec Ferrari Monza SP1. In terms of numbers, they are scary. Ferrari’s supercar reaches 100 km/h from a standstill in just 2.4 seconds -one tenth less than the series model- and 200 km/h in 6.3 seconds, taking the maximum speed to more than 340 km/h. A jewel whose price is unknown, but surely it will be much higher than the 450,000 Euros that the SF90 Stradale costs as standard.