But why? This isn't some mass market car, it is is an exotic meant for sitting outside of Starbucks and admiring (and also track days...). Stability control systems aren't simply a computer you plug into the car's CAN bus which magically glue the tires to the ground. There are design considerations for the entire vehicle suspension that are impacted by stability control. Heaps of sensors and other devices to control the motor, brakes, and more.
On top of this, we're talking about a car that costs what... 250k? More? (I didn't look up the price...). There will be a handful of these on the streets, typically owned by rich people who don't drive them anyway. You're trying to force nannies into a rich man's toy in an attempt to save one, maybe two people - people who by nature would have disabled the nannies anyway.