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Comparison Between Ferrari SF90 and Prototype Spotted Displaying On Streets

A significant update is in the works for Ferrari’s inaugural plug-in hybrid hypercar. It is common knowledge that Maranello is developing a more track-oriented variant of the SF90 Stradale, known as the SF90 VS (Versione Speciale). Test mules of this vehicle are already roaming about. However, fresh spy pictures have uncovered additional details about the upcoming model.

The initial conspicuous feature of the Ferrari SF90 VS test mule showcased here is the rather peculiar rear wing. In addition to the wing, the diffuser also seems to have been reconfigured for maximum downforce.

When it comes to the front of the vehicle, the SF90 VS is equipped with a revised front bumper that includes an elongated splitter component and what seems to be a central intake of some kind.

Being the high-performance edition of the SF90, the Versione Speciale may boast a tad more power. In its current setup, the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine generates 769 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. The combustion engine is supported by two electric motors positioned at the front and one at the back, contributing an additional 217 hp for a combined output of 986 hp.

Ferrari is all geared up to unveil the SF90 VS later this year.

Image Source: Roman Belogorodov / Shutterstock

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