Category Archives: Tuning

Upgraded Ferrari Purosangue with 830 HP

German tuner Pogea Racing, which is known for upgrading Abarth, Alfa and Ferrari cars, presented its latest work, the upgraded Ferrari Purosangue. It is the first Ferrari SUV that was premiered in September 2022.

While we wait for some of the world’s best tuners to present their work based on the Ferrari Purosangue, Pogea Racing has equipped the high-performance crossover with extended fenders, a KW suspension that makes the car even closer to the ground, a new exhaust system with quad tailpipes, a new set of 23″ and 24″ reinforced rims wrapped in Michelin tires.

This car is powered by a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine with 830 hp (619 kW), paired with an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission that sends power to all wheels. Performances have not been published. As a reminder, the standard Ferrari Purosangue has 715 hp (526 kW) and 528 lb-ft (716 Nm) of torque, and can reach 62 mph in 3.3 seconds with a top speed of 192 mph (310 km/h).

It should also be noted that the lucky ones who can afford the first Ferrari SUV have been waiting for delivery for more than three years, and now they have an option that will make their Purosangue different from other examples.

Source: Pogea Racing


Zyrus LP1020 Stimolante based on Lamborghini Huracan EVO

The Lamborghini Huracan Evo is an incredible supercar in every sense, and Norwegian tuner Zyrus Engineering has taken it to the next level with a project called the Zyrus LP1020 Stimolante.

The tuner equipped the car with a carbon package that includes new diffusers, wheel arches, roof vents, rear wing, lightweight inconel exhaust system, TTX shock absorbers, carbon-ceramic discs. It sits on a set of 19″ and 20″ wheels wrapped in 265/30R19 front and 335/30R20 ET40 Pirelli Trofeo R tires.

Inside, carbon fiber seats with custom-stitched design with six-point seat belts, titanium roll cage available in body color, Zyrus’ Smart Dash control system that enables video recording, and sensors connected to a cloud-based network are just a few. from equipment that provides safe and comfortable driving.

When it comes to the powertrain, the LP1020 Stimolante is powered by a 5.2L twin-turbo V10 engine with 1,090 hp (813 kW) and 735 lb-ft (997 Nm) of torque, enabling a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph). Drivers will be able to choose between three driving modes that offer different engine power: Strada mode – 700 hp (522 kW), Sport mode – 850 hp (634 kW) and Corsa mode – 1090 hp (813 kW).

LP1020 Stimolante comes with a 3 year / 20,000 km warranty and three service agreements. Also, owners will be able to attend the familiarization day at Rudskogen Motorsenter Circuit in Norway with Zyrus Engineering’s mechanics and development driver. Only 24 examples of this car will be produced.

Source: Zyrus Engineering


ACS2 Sport based on the BMW M2

In its 36 years of tuning BMW cars, the German company AC Schnitzer has improved some of the best models of this German brand. Now, the tuner has introduced the ACS2 Sport based on the new generation BMW M2 G87.

The car is equipped with several carbon body components based on a modular principle, which means that you can opt for a complete conversion or select individual parts. Among them, the newly designed front spoiler stands out, which Aachen points out significantly improves the car’s aerodynamics.

The adaptive suspension has been improved, which allows the front part to be closer to the ground by an additional 35 mm, and the rear by 30 mm. There’s also an adaptive exhaust system with carbon tips, a set of black or gold 20 and 21-inch AC4 Lightweight wheels wrapped in 285/30/20 front and 295/25/21 tires, while the brakes have not been changed.

Under the hood is a 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine with 453 hp (333 kW) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque. The engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission that sends power to the rear wheels. It reaches 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.3 seconds (4.1 seconds with the 8-speed automatic transmission) with a top limited speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).

Source: AC Schnitzer