Ferrari SF90 “Competition Edition” By RYFT Gains Sharper Looks, More Aero
The Ferrari SF90 is one of the most popular hypercars among tuners, with plenty of options to choose from when it comes to styling and aero modifications. The latest to join the trend is RYFT, offering the “Competition Edition” styling kit for a cool price of $601,295 including the donor car.
The package includes more than 20 carbon-fiber components, an artisan-crafted exhaust, and a set of Y-spoke forged wheels completely filling up the wheel arches. According to the tuner, the upgrades are not only for show, as they were designed using their NeoCFD process with a “Functional Aero” approach as highlighted by the aerodynamic testing.
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New parts include a new splitter inspired by the 488 GT3 Evo, L-shaped cannards, vented front fenders, Scuderia 16M-inspired side-sill extensions, an active two-piece rear wing, a new engine cover, and a redesigned diffuser with larger fins. The rear wing alone was tested on a scale polycarbonate model showing it can produce more than 800 lbs (363 kg) of additional downforce when traveling at 186 mph (299 km/h). At the back, the hand-crafted race exhaust features dual oval tailpipes from titanium (black or blue) or carbon fiber, plus kevlar heat shields.
Stylistically speaking, the result isn’t as wild as Mansory’s bodykit but is also less subtle than Novitec’s approach. RYFT’s kit makes the SF90 look more like a hardcore special factory model, similar to the upcoming “Speciale”. Despite the aggressive looks, RYFT doesn’t offer any performance upgrades, with the stock hybrid setup producing a combined 986 hp (735 kW / 1,000 PS) from a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine and a trio of electric motors.
Pricing for the “Competition Edition” kit starts from $90,000, but as we mentioned earlier, if you don’t already own an SF90 you can buy a complete RYFT-upgraded vehicle for $601,295.