The SF90 is Ferrari's most powerful production car - but that didn't stop Novitec from taking it to the next level.
It was only a few weeks ago when Novitec worked its magic on the F8 Tributo, turning Ferrari's mid-engine supercar into an 818-hp McLaren 765LT fighter. As impressive as these modifications are, Novitec has already outdone itself. It was probably only a matter of time before the tuner got its hands on the Ferrari SF90 hybrid supercar.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the most powerful production car Ferrari has ever made, but that didn't stop Novitec from taking it to the next level. In standard form, the SF90's 4.0-liter V8 engine and three electric motors combine to produce a combined 986 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque.
By adding a performance exhaust system and metal catalysts, Novitec has increased the output of the V8 to 813 hp and 632 lb-ft. Combined with the trio of electric motors, the SF90's total output increases to a monumental 1,033 horsepower and 858 lb-ft of torque. Despite the power bump, the SF90's 0-60 mph sprint time hasn't changed at 2.5 seconds. However, Novitec claims the tinkering under the hood increases the top speed to over 211 mph.
To improve the handling, Novitec's sport springs lower the ride height of the SF90 by 1.18 inches at the front and 0.9 inches at the rear, lowering the supercar's center of gravity.
As a finishing touch, Novitec's Ferrari SF90 rides on custom Vossen five-spoke wheels measuring 20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the rear. Inside, the interior can be customized with a choice of leather and Alcantara in virtually any color you desire.
Admittedly, there are more powerful Ferrari SF90s available on the aftermarket. A few months ago, rival German tuner Wheelsandmore extracted 1,118 hp and 678 lb-ft of torque from Ferrari's flagship hypercar. Novitec isn't finished with the SF90 yet, however, as the German tuner is already working on more performance upgrades and an aero-enhancing carbon-fiber body kit.