From 2023 on, Ferrari will add a more powerful VS variant to the hybrid sports vehicle SF90. A first Erlkonig has now been captured. Impossible as it may seem, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale has been a hybrid sports vehicle since 2019.
Consequently, it will reach the midpoint of its life cycle in 2023, signaling the need for replacement. Prior to that, Ferrari seems to be introducing a heightened version of the SF90 Stradale. Ferrari has a long history of corresponding hardcore models.
New aerodynamics and 1,000 horsepower
The captured Erlkonig runs under the internal designation F173VS, with VS indicating that a Versione Speciale, i.e. a more enhanced variation of the Stradale, is in operation. Based on the camouflage, the captured Erlkonig is still at a very early developmental stage.
Nonetheless, the regions where change is occurring may already be detected. Clearly, the Italians have improved the front of the VS with a revised front apron including a wider splitter and a reworked front hood with new flow features. There should be a revised spoiler in the back.
The plug-in hybrid powertrain is also slated for future enhancements. The Stradale’s four-liter V8 twin-turbo and three electric motors produce 986 horsepower. The VS should aim for a respectable 1,000 horsepower. Six months after the release of the Ferrari SF90 VS, a matching model of the SF90 Spider is anticipated.
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No, the quantity does not rely on CO2 emissions, and the batteries just add weight to the vehicles.
Obviously, electric motors also possess dynamic potential due to boost and the possibility of quicker torque vectoring.
The SF90 will get a Versione Speciale soon before its big makeover. Above all, it delivers enhanced aerodynamics and potentially 1,000 horsepower.