The SF90 is Ferrari’s fastest, most powerful road car ever, with its plug-in hybrid powertrain producing a metric 1,000hp (or 986bhp for us traditionalists).
Modified Ferrari SF90 with 1,100bhp
Not really the sort of supercar/hypercar crossover that’s crying out for a bit more grunt then, is it? That hasn’t stopped German tuner Wheelsandmore though, because its new and… questionable take on the SF90 produces 1,102bhp.
The power bump comes from a new control module for the 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 that activates once everything is up to temperature. Only then are you provided with the full whack and an improved top speed of 217mph (up from 211mph as standard).
There’s no word on whether the electrical wizardry changes the SF90’s 0-62mph time of 2.5secs, but we’d bet on that already being quick enough for most…
Obviously, you’ll also get some new wheels thrown in. The centre-locking set you see above are lightweight, forged aluminium 20-inchers.
Thoughts on an even-quicker SF90, Internet?
Video of a Ferrari SF90: