Ferraritrack ready, but still road legal SF90 XX Stradale and Spider will be available with carbon fiber wheels produced by Australian company Carbon Revolution.
These optional 10-spoke carbon fiber wheels on the Ferrari SF90 XX measure 9.5 inches wide at the front and 11.5 inches wide at the rear. Both the front and rear wheels are 20 inches in diameter.
It should be noted that these 20-inch Carbon Revolution carbon fiber wheels on the SF90 XX are the same as those available as an option on the regular SF90.
Carbon Revolution also produces other 10-spoke 20-inch carbon fiber wheels for the 296 GTB and GTS, F8 Tributo, and 812 Competizione.
In addition to Ferrari models, the Geelong-based company produces carbon fiber wheels for the Range Rover Sport SV, Chevrolet Corvette Z06, and Ford Mustang Dark Horse, among others.
As previously reported, the Ferrari SF90 XX is a limited edition model that will arrive in Australia in late 2024.
The SF90 XX retains the usual SF90 plug-in hybrid powertrain, which consists of 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 engine by three electric motors.
There is also a 7.9kWh lithium-ion battery pack which can be used at speeds of up to 135km/h, and allows for 25km of all-electric range claimed.
The total system output for the Ferrari SF90 XX is 758kW power, which is 23kW more than the regular SF90. Ferrari claims it can do 0-100km/h in 2.3 seconds and you’ll do 320km/h.
The most obvious difference from the regular SF90 is the wide range of aerodynamic add-ons. These include a large front lip spoiler, cat scratch holes above the wheels, and a large fixed rear wing.
Ferrari claims the SF90 XX produces 530kg of downforce at 250km/h, a 36 percent increase over the standard car at the same speed.
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