Ferrari is all set to debut a new track-focused version of the SF90 Stradale. Rumored to be called the SF90 LM, the new model was recently showcased at a private event in Italy. A couple of images from this event have now leaked online.
We still don’t know the official name of the SF90 VS. So for now, we will refer to it as the SF90 LM. That being said, we can now corroborate some of the information shared by us earlier.
The SF90 LM will be offered in Coupe and Aperta body styles and both versions will get a fixed rear spoiler. As you can see, the car sports a bespoke body kit designed to improve downforce. It has a redesigned front end with a more aggressive splitter, bonnet vents, a reworked rear diffuser with additional vents on either side and a completely redesigned tail light inspired by the Le Mans-winning Ferrari 499P. Also, note the louvres on the fenders.
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. 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 will be provided by a new high-performance braking system.
The Ferrari SF90 LM is expected to make its public debut later today. So stay tuned!