Ferrari SF90 VS Spied Hiding Aero Upgrades In The Mountains

The so-called Versione Speciale may not debut until late next year.

The Ferrari SF90 is already an incredible supercar, but a new batch of spy photos offers another look at a hotter version with the codename F173VS. The VS stands for Versione Speciale, though being an internal designation at Ferrari, it's not likely that name will stick around for production. But it certainly signifies this isn't an average SF90.

We've caught a couple of VS prototypes on camera before, each attempting to hide aero-focused changes up front. From what we've learned so far, the focal point of this upgraded SF90 will come with the S-Duct hood that's inspired by the 488 Pista. Its mission is to channel air coming through the lower fascia up and out of the car, utilizing inlets and wings to create some aerodynamic witchcraft in the process. The result is increased downforce, and when you have a hypercar with 986 horsepower (735 kilowatts), more downforce is never a bad thing.

Source: Automedia

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