The baddest Ferrari SF90 of all continues testing

In home Ferrari work continues on a special version of the SF90. Expected by the end of the year, this even more extreme version will be designed for maximum performance on the track and will be distinguished by an even more aggressive look and a dedicated aerodynamic set-up.

One of the prototypes of this new Ferrari was photographed in recent days near Maranello, where tests are continuing at full speed.

Sharp and aerodynamic

Even if it is still completely disguised, it is really difficult not to recognize the SF90 in traffic, especially this forklift equipped with bright blue alloy wheels (which are unlikely to be offered as standard).

Ferrari SF90 LM, the spy photos

Ferrari SF90 LM, the spy photos

Compared to the standard variant, this special version – which according to some unconfirmed rumors could be called LM – is distinguished by a decidedly voluminous bodywork. Splitter, side skirts and diffuser have been enlarged to give a badass aesthetic and to give additional downforce at high speeds.

Then there is the huge spoiler (probably with variable inclination) which has the aim of stabilizing the car at high speeds.

Ferrari SF90 LM, the spy photos

Ferrari SF90 LM, the front with the new aerodynamic kit

In spy photos they are not seen well, but it is possible that the interior have specific upholstery to make the two occupants feel even more at the center of attention.

More powerful, lighter and more exclusive

The definitive version of the SF90 LM should have a similar appearance to the one hypothesized in our render, but beyond the different aesthetics, it is also reasonable to expect an important intervention to the powertrain. Currently, Ferrari has a 4.0 V8 and three electric motors for a total of 1,000 HP, with LM which could rely on some mechanical and software modifications to receive a power increase in the order of 5-10%.

Ferrari SF90 Special Version, the render by

Ferrari SF90 LM, the render of

Also taking into account a reduction in weight due to the use of lighter components, the Ferrari should sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 2.5 seconds and have a top speed of over 340 km/h.

But it won’t be easy to put Maranello’s new racing car in the garage. Beyond the demanding cost that could easily exceed 500,000 euros, it is possible that the LM will be produced in limited edition for very few collectors.

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