The Ferrari SF90 Stradale has been given a relatively small bump in power at the hands of Wheelsandmore. Together with the increase in performance, the custom firm has also installed a unique set of wheels for a more distinctive look.
As standard, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale uses a turbocharged 4,0-litre V8 engine in conjunction with three electric motors. One electric motor is mounted at the rear between the engine and transmission and the other two are positioned on the front axle. With this system it delivers 735 kW and 800 N.m of torque.
Cranking this up to 822 kW and 920 N.m of torque is a Tec-Tronic auxiliary control unit. Wheelsandmore hasn’t confirmed any improvements in acceleration times but it says that top speed has been increased from 340 km/h to 350 km/h.
It appears that the module only bumps up power from the ICE and leaves the lithium-ion battery untouched. This unit provides power to all three electric motors and offers a 25 km range in all-electric eDrive mode, using just the front axle. When the internal combustion engine is turned off, the two independent front motors deliver a maximum speed of 135 km/h. Reverse can only be selected in eDrive mode, which means the car is manoeuvred at low speeds without using the V8. The aforementioned front motors are integrated into the launch control strategy for maximum performance when accelerating.
For the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, Wheelsandmore is offering a number of alloy wheel options in various sizes. The F.I.W.E., FORK and 6Sporz² design are available as weight-saving options while more track-minded customers can opt for the 20-inch UD-1 centre-locking alloy rim. This design uses high strength forged aluminium with a magnesium alloy central locking nut. Other than these wheels, the tuning firm has left the design of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale untouched.