JMB-Optimering will soon take one of the 499 LaFerrari, with over 1,2 million value and a V-Max of 350km / h. The super sports car should already set standards as a production model and actually you can't tune a LaFerrari anymore, right? But you can. JMB-Optimering at least intends to do it, and not only that.
The Swedish company specializes in chip tuning. At the moment the hottest project in the halls of JMB-Optimering is definitely the hybrid runabout LaFerrari. JMB-Optimering currently sees an increase in performance to approx.
1050PS as realistic, and only through the intervention in the engine electronics. The LaFerrari comes from the factory already with supernatural 963PS. 800 represents the conventional 6,3 liter V12. The remaining 163PS come from the electric motor of the hybrid.
Our train of thought would be “why not tune that too?”. There are currently no tuners who have pepped up an electric motor accordingly. But what is not, can still become. JMB-Optimering is not only in the field of LaFerrari tuners, Edo Competition also has over 1000PS in its sights and is currently also working on tuning.
Remember that the tuning described "only" relates to the software. Possibly other catalytic converters, camshafts, exhaust systems and much more could make a significant leap again.
So far, the "real" tuning specialists for Ferrari, Novitec Rosso and Mansory, have not yet spoken out. But we are sure that something will come from there too.