Ferrari is gearing up to introduce a new track-focused model this month. Rumored to be called the SF90 LM, the new model has already been presented to potential customers. The public unveiling, though, is expected to be held around 26-28 June.
The Ferrari SF90 LM (Versione Speciale) will be produced in limited numbers. There are conflicting reports about the exact number of cars that will be on offer. Some suggest that Ferrari could build 799 Coupes and 599 Spiders, while others put this figure at 699 Coupes and 499 Spiders.
We’ve also been told, the SF90 LM will be lighter than the standard car. It could be around 50-70 kg lighter than an SF90 Assetto Fiorano pack. The fixed rear wing will be available on both the coupe and spider versions. The car is said to get carbon door panels and Ferrari is likely to offer full carbon bodywork as an option. Besides this, the car also gets a reworked front end, a new rear bumper, diffuser and taillights inspired by the Le Mans-winning Ferrari 499P, among other updates.
The SF90 VS is expected to be powered by the same 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 hybrid engine. If rumors are to be believed, overall output could be boosted by 44 hp, for a total of 1030 hp. In contrast, the standard SF90 packs 986 hp. It is said that 0-60 mph could be achieved in 2.3 seconds, while 0-124 mph is likely to come up in just 6.5 seconds. Stopping power comes from a new high performance braking system.