The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is credited with taking its particular subset of the supercar market to new heights. Although most consider it to be nearly flawless, Mansory has recently upgraded one version using its "softkit."
This specific SF90 Stradale is painted white with a few subtle yellow accents placed across the front fascia, along the sides, and at the back. It isn't quite as ostentatious as the brilliant yellow model.
The contentious tuner has also modified the SF90 Stradale's powertrain, resulting in a combined output of 1,100 horsepower and 980 Nm of torque from the 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 and its three electric motors. With the extra grunt, the car can reach a high speed of 355 km/h and reach 100 km/h in 2.4 seconds.
The bodykit begins at the front end with a brand-new, fully carbon fiber-forged bumper that comes with a new air intake system and grille. In addition, there are tiny canards on either side, air louvers on the front fenders, and a redesigned hood. With forged carbon skirts and wing mirrors, the hybrid powerhouse's exterior design is maintained. In addition, Mansory added new wheels with carbon accents and constructed new side air intake shrouds.
Although the front is striking, the back is possibly even more noticeable with a newly designed lip spoiler, engine cover, and forged carbon fiber diffuser. Unlike Mansory's F9XX and F9XX Tempesta Celeste kits, which are also available for the SF90, there is no fixed rear wing.