Ferrari just announced its fourth model in celebration of the Cavalcade road trip’s 10th anniversaryby Dim Angelov, on LISTEN 03:02
Throughout the years, it has become apparent that Ferrari isn’t just a car one purchases, it’s a lifestyle. As such, loyal fans of the brand are often presented with the opportunity to participate in special events, such as the Cavalcade road trip. For its 10th anniversary, Ferrari is coming up with five special versions, based on the Ferrari 812 and SF90 models, inspired by different landmarks from the road trip. Can you guess what this one is inspired from?
The fourth Cavalcade 10th-anniversary edition car is based on the Ferrari SF90 Spider. Thanks to Ferrari Tailor Mode, the SF90 is finished in a special shade of white called Bianco Courmayeur. According to a Ferrari spokesperson, the color “encapsulates the glacial purity of snow, combining white with flashes of blue, and converting a spectrum of emotions into a single color."
Like the other four 10th anniversary Cavalcade models, the car features a racing number 39, with the American flag on the driver’s door and the Italian flag on the passenger door. A unique feature for the white SF90 is the subtle green accents at the rear, which connect the beltline of the car, in a way, like a belt buckle, but at the rear. Unlike the first SF90-based Cavalcade edition, the wheels have a two-tone finish.
As with the other Cavalcade models, the changes are only aesthetic. This means that the SF90 still packs 986 horsepower and 590 pound-feet (800 Nm) from its hybrid powertrain, consisting of a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 and three electric motors. This translates to a 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) time of just 2.0 seconds, on to a top speed of 211 mph (340 km/h).
Being an SF90 Spider, the fourth Cavalcade 10 edition car has a retractable hardtop that goes down in 14.0 seconds. The car also makes use of an electrically-operated rear window, and with the Assetto Fiorano package, which makes more extensive use of carbon fiber and aluminum, the car shaves 46 pounds (21 kg), compared to a normal SF90 Spider.
With the introduction of this, fourth, special edition, we now have two versions, based on the Ferrari 812 – one finished in Blu Capri and an 812 Aperta finished in Verde Volterra – and two versions, based on the SF90. With this, we now have two coupes and two convertibles. Since no production numbers are being mentioned, there’s a good chance all of the five cars would be one-offs. All that remains is the last, fifth special version, and we are curious to see what it would be based on. Maybe a LaFerrari-based one-off, courtesy of Ferrari’s Special Projects Division?