Ferrari SF90 Stradale Upgraded To 1,118-Horsepower

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Because the standard SF90 isn't fast enough.

The Ferrari 812 Competizione may have the most powerful naturally-aspirated V12 yet, but it's not the most potent prancing horse in Ferrari's current model lineup - that title belongs to the sensational SF90 Stradale. Thanks to a 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 engine, and three electric motors, the electrified supercar generates a combined 986 horsepower, enabling it to sprint from 0-60 mph in just 2.5 seconds. 0-124 mph is achieved in 6.7 seconds before the SF90 Stradale maxes out at 211 mph.

Just when you thought it couldn't get any faster, German tuner Wheelsandmore has given the SF90 Stradale a significant performance boost after tinkering with the F8 Tributo earlier this year.

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While we've seen plenty of aftermarket tuners attempt to improve the F8 Tributo, 812 Superfast, and 812 GTS with exterior and performance enhancements, this could be the first aftermarket SF90 Stradale. By installing a new control unit, Wheelsandmore has increased the output to a crazy 1,118 hp and 678 lb-ft of torque.

As a result of these extra horses, the modified SF90 Stradale has an increased top speed of 217 mph. Wheelsandmore hasn't confirmed a 0-60 mph time, but the modifications should make the SF90 slightly faster off the line and hit 60 mph in under 2.5 seconds.

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For safety, the control unit only activates when the engine reaches the optimum temperature. In addition to the performance upgrade, Wheelsandmore can fit the SF90 with a new set of stylish shoes. These lightweight forged aluminum rims are available in 20- or 21-inch sizes and can be finished in various colors with an anodized Wheelsandmore logo.

In contrast to Mansory's flamboyant custom Ferraris, there are no other visual modifications, but we're not complaining because standard SF90 already looks superb. No pricing details have been released, but a new Ferrari SF90 will set you back over $500,000, so they won't be cheap.

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