Ferrari has added the Assetto Fiorano variant to its SF90 Stradale model family. The Assetto Fiorano version, named after Ferrari’s test track, is lighter, more aerodynamic and on average costs 50,000 euros more than the 430,000 euros of the base SF90 Stradale. Customers pay an extra 25,000 euros to outfit the Assetto Fiorano with "racing livery." Ferrari said the Assetto Fiorano derivative accounts for about half of all sales of the SF90 Stradale line, which is much higher than the supercar maker expected. When asked whether Ferrari would add Assetto Fiorano variants to other model lines, senior product manager Matteo Turconi would not commit. He added, however, that Ferrari believes its bet on the variant's success has been a winner and, "if a bet is won, why not?"