The Ferrari SF90 Stradale, originally introduced in 2019, is still the flagship of the “mass-produced” Ferrari range, but for some people, it doesn’t look exotic enough. This is the target group of tuner 1016 Industries which debuted a new carbon fiber bodykit for the hybrid hypercar in a quest to make it stand out even more.
The first example of the 1016 Industries’ Ferrari SF90 is ready to be driven, selling for $676,200. However, the kit is also available in limited numbers for existing SF90 owners, either complete or in the form of individual components.
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The design is not as wild as the Mansory F9XX but you can easily tell this is not your stock SF90. The signature element is probably the prominent front splitter add-on ($7,200), which in this example is painted in white, contrasting the black bodywork. The front bumper also gets additional front flaps ($5,800), while the hood gains new vents ($6,200).
The profile is dominated by the cool-looking star-spoke alloy wheels painted black, with a wider offset at the back. 1016 Industries doesn’t mention their price, but they definitely don’t come cheap. Other touches include the side skirt extensions ($7,200), the rear diffuser ($12,800), the larger rear spoiler ($5,800) and the rather tacky roof spoiler ($6,200).
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Buyers can opt for the 1×1 weave or the 2×2 twill pattern which can be colored by demand, with optional satin finishes. 1016 Industries doesn’t offer any performance modifications, which means that the SF90 retains its stock hybrid powertrain producing a combined 986 hp (735 kW / 1,000 PS) from a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 and three electric motors. The tuner claims that the carbon fiber kit allows for “even more nimble handling and performance” over the stock model.
The cost for the entire carbon fiber bodykit is $51,200, which makes it $11k more expensive than a brand-new Nissan Z and $6k more expensive than a VW Golf R. Still, the base model has a price tag of $625k, so we guess anyone who can afford it shouldn’t have trouble adding the bodykit as well if they so wish.