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Ferrari SF90 Stradale

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is, essentially, a road-legal F1 car with an attractive body. It serves as Ferrari’s first-ever plug-in hybrid and can be driven up to 18 miles on electricity alone. While some consider the SF90 to be a successor to the LaFerrari, it’s actually an all-new model that has no ties to anything previously produced, including the F40, F50, Enzo, or Laferrari.

2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

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There Is No Other Car In the World Like the Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Ferrari dropped the bomb. The biggest that has ever fallen on the car world scene. It is the plug-in hybrid Ferrari SF90 Stradale, a production car that is more powerful and quicker than the LaFerrari itself. Inspired by none other than the F1 car, the new Ferrari SF90 Stradale became the Ferrari-first plug-in hybrid with a propulsion technology consisting of three electric motors and an overpowered V-8. Aptly named after the Scuderia Ferrari’s 90th anniversary and, coincidentally, the 2019 Ferrari F1 car, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the closest to a Ferrari F1 car you can experience on public roads.

Ferrari unveiled the car at a special event where Ferrari F1 drivers Sebastien Vettel and Charles Leclerc drove two SF90 Stradale cars onto the scene.

Disclosure: this is not the Ferrari LaFerrari successor. It is a whole new car that does not follow the F40, F50, Enzo, and the LaFerrari lineage. In fact, it is far less expensive compared to any of them. Nevertheless, it is much quicker too.

 

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2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale by Novitec

2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale by Novitec

Novitec’s latest Ferrari obsession is the SF90 Stradale, which comes with an upgraded suspension, new exhaust, and over 1,000 horsepower

Novitec’s love for Ferrari is never-ending. It wasn’t too long ago when the aftermarket company came up with an N-Largo treatment for the F8 Tributo. Within a month, Novitec has launched another model, this time, based on the SF90 Stradale. The Novitec SF90 Stradale nudges the horsepower to just over 1,000 horses while also increasing the torque by almost 50 pound-feet. Apart from this, it also comes with an upgraded exhaust system, a suspension setup, and a more-than-subtle aesthetic makeover. There’s no word on the pricing, though.

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2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale by Wheelsandmore

2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale by Wheelsandmore

When 986 horsepower isn’t enough, just take your Ferrari SF90 to Wheels and More

The Ferrari SF90 is an amazing machine and has served as a couple of different firsts for the company. The SF90 was Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid, and it was the most powerful Ferrari to ever leave the factory. To be more specific, the 4.0-liter (3,990cc) V-8 delivers a cool 769 horsepower while three electric motors supplement that with an extra 217 ponies for a total system output of 986 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. The sprint to 60 mph takes just 2.5 seconds while top speed is well into the 200-mph range. If you thought these specs were good enough, then you should think again because Wheels and More has turned the SF90 into an entirely different animal.

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Watch The New Rimac Nevera Absolutely Destroy The Ferrari SF90 Stradale On A Drag Strip!

Watch The New Rimac Nevera Absolutely Destroy The Ferrari SF90 Stradale On A Drag Strip!

Saying that the Nevera obliterated and ripped the SF90 Stradale to shreds would be an understatement

The Rimac C_Two debuted as the Nevera hypercar in the production form earlier this week. The car came with some insane specs like a quad-motor setup, 1,700+ horses, carbon fiber monocoque, etc. The company said it can sprint to 60 mph in 1.85 seconds and to quarter-mile in 8.6 seconds. But, did you know this 8.6-second record was set during filming a video for Carwow? Well, at least that’s what they say in the video!

Mat Watson from Carwow and Rimac’s CEO, Mate Rimac, met on the drag strip for a race between the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and the Rimac Nevera. Forget about close; the Ferrari wasn’t even in the league as the Nevera ripped the 1,000-horsepower Italian beast to shreds like it was a toy in a dog’s mouth.

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Learn Everything About the Ferrari SF90 From The Man In Charge of Its Design

Learn Everything About the Ferrari SF90 From The Man In Charge of Its Design

The SF90 isn’t just beautiful - it’s also a very efficient air-cutting machine

Ferrari is giving us a guided digital tour of the SF90 Spider with valuable inputs from Flavio Manzoni, the company’s design chief who has signed his name on the likes of F12 Berlinetta, 812 Superfast, and Monza SP1 and SP2.

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Someone Has Finally Drag Tested the Ferrari SF90

Someone Has Finally Drag Tested the Ferrari SF90

Maranello’s new hybrid supercar has pace you wouldn’t believe

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale puts a lot of supercars in their place with its blistering pace, but the quickness that it can to go from point A to point B is something that a lot of people have to see for themselves.

Brooks Weisblat from Dragtimes provided that opportunity when he got a chance to drive an SF90 in the streets of Puerto Rico. That’s where Ferrari’s new hybrid-supercar proved its worth, clocking a 0-to-60-mph time of just 2.35 seconds and hitting a quarter-mile in 9.62 seconds at 146 mph.

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2021 Ferrari SF90 Spider - All The Power and Infinite Headroom

2021 Ferrari SF90 Spider - All The Power and Infinite Headroom

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale loses top, become even sexier in Spider trim

Unveiled in 2019 as Ferrari’s first-ever plug-in hybrid, the SF90 Stradale combines a twin-turbo V-8 engine and three electric motors in an amazing 986-horsepower package. Come 2020, and Ferrari launched the SF90 version we were expecting: the SF90 Spider. Essentially a convertible version of the SF90 Stradale, the Spider offers the joy and performance of its coupe sibling with the benefits of infinite headroom.

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2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

There Is No Other Car In the World Like the Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Ferrari dropped the bomb. The biggest that has ever fallen on the car world scene. It is the plug-in hybrid Ferrari SF90 Stradale, a production car that is more powerful and quicker than the LaFerrari itself. Inspired by none other than the F1 car, the new Ferrari SF90 Stradale became the Ferrari-first plug-in hybrid with a propulsion technology consisting of three electric motors and an overpowered V-8. Aptly named after the Scuderia Ferrari’s 90th anniversary and, coincidentally, the 2019 Ferrari F1 car, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the closest to a Ferrari F1 car you can experience on public roads.

Ferrari unveiled the car at a special event where Ferrari F1 drivers Sebastien Vettel and Charles Leclerc drove two SF90 Stradale cars onto the scene.

Disclosure: this is not the Ferrari LaFerrari successor. It is a whole new car that does not follow the F40, F50, Enzo, and the LaFerrari lineage. In fact, it is far less expensive compared to any of them. Nevertheless, it is much quicker too.

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Now We Finally Know Just How the 2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale's Powertrain Modes Work

Now We Finally Know Just How the 2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale’s Powertrain Modes Work

Ferrari Driving Modes Completely Change The 2020 SF90 Nature From Tame To Savage

With three electric motors, an AWD system, a massively overpowered V-8, and the most advanced aerodynamic setup, the latest 2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale has some serious performance to offer. I am talking here about hypercar-beating numbers. With all the complexity, three electric motors, and lightweight design, engineers managed to engineer a car so advanced it has a sort of dissociative identity disorder condition. By switching through the modes on the lower left side of the steering wheel, you can choose between four very different driving modes. Ferrari published a video depicting its functions, and I will give you an overview.

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Ferrari SF90 Stradale vs McLaren Speedtail

Ferrari SF90 Stradale vs McLaren Speedtail

The battle of the hybrid titans

Back in 2013, we had an interesting hybrid supercar war going on between Ferrari and McLaren. Both companies launched their first hybrids at the Geneva Motor Show, and both supercars were incredibly powerful and fast. Enthusiasts and journalists were comparing them all over the place, and head-on drag race videos were getting billions of views. Everyone wanted to know which supercar was quicker. Six years later and McLaren has a new hybrid to brag about. It’s called the Speedtail, and it’s notably different than the P1. Likewise, Ferrari launched the SF90 Stradale, its second hybrid after the LaFerrari. As you might have already guessed, we’re going to compare the two in all major departments.

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How Much will the 2021 Ferrari SF90 Cost?

How Much will the 2021 Ferrari SF90 Cost?

Since there’s no such thing as a cheap Ferrari and this ain’t no ordinary Ferrari, prepare yourself for a few robberies to afford it

Ferrari undoubtedly stole all of the headlines in the automotive world this week when it released the first official images of its next hypercar, the SF90 Stradale. Immediately, people started touting it as the "replacement for the LaFerrari," but this isn’t the case. No, the SF90 Stradale is just Ferrari’s first PHEV and just the most powerful Ferrari road car ever made with a combined output of 986 horsepower, 37 more than the LaFerrari. What this means is that it will be expensive but not as expensive as you think it’ll be and it also won’t be as rare as you think it’ll be since Ferrari won’t make it in limited quantities like in the case of the LaFerrari or the Enzo.

Now, before I jump into hiding to dodge any rocks that may be heading my way, let me tell you that, upon seeing the SF90 Stradale, I thought it looks a bit uninspiring for it to be the next Ferrari halo car. Not that it’s ugly as such, it just doesn’t stand out the way a LaFerrari, an Enzo or an F40 all do in their own very specific ways. Of course, the SF90 Stradale does stand out when you look at the numbers: 986 horsepower from a twin-turbocharged V-8 working together with three electric motors, 590 pound-feet of twist just from the V-8, a dry weight of just 3,461 pounds in its track-oriented guise, 0-62 mph in 2.5 seconds, 0-124 mph in 6.7 seconds, and a top speed in excess of 211 mph. Oh, and it’s also quicker around Fiorano than the LaFerrari.

Now, after successfully bombarding you with all these numbers you’ve most likely read before, I’ll tell you why I think the SF90 Stradale really matters: it matters because it’s very much the future, a car that utilizes F1 tech to the point that Ferrari have named it after its current F1 contender and only added the ’Stradale’ designation, one that’s been dormant for some 15 years, to signal to everyone that, yes, indeed, you can take it out to shop for groceries and, in fact, it can go in all-electric mode for 16 miles, more than a Honda Accord PHEV. So, how much will you have to pay for a Ferrari that allows you to drive more than an Accord while holding hands with nature?

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Your Car Has Something That the Ferrari SF90 Stradale Doesn't Have

Your Car Has Something That the Ferrari SF90 Stradale Doesn’t Have

It’s something common that even some motorcycles have…

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is, by far, the craziest car to ever come from the Italian brand’s stable. Maybe not so much in exterior design – not that it doesn’t have some pretty crazy aerodynamics – but in terms of equipment and performance. We’re talking about Ferrari’s first true, plug-in hybrid that, when set in the proper mode, can unleash as much as 986 horsepower and, probably, more than the advertised 590 pound-feet of torque. So, the car has some pretty awesome power for something that’ll likely cost less than $500,000, and it has a pretty dominating look. Hell, it even has a 16-inch digital display inside. With all of Ferrari’s latest technology packed into one hybrid vehicle, how is it possible that the car in your driveway – be it a 1990 Toyota Corolla or a brand-new Porsche 911 – has something that the brand-new Ferrari SF9 Stradale doesn’t have? Well, it is possible. And, believe it or not, it’s something that even some modern motorcycles have.

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2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale PHEV - Quirks and Facts You Have To Know About

2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale PHEV - Quirks and Facts You Have To Know About

Welcome the Most Powerful Ferrari Of All Time - the 986 horsepower Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Ferrari introduced the first-ever plug-in hybrid dubbed the SF90 Stradale. It is quicker than the mighty LaFerrari, capable of driving on electricity, and it can reach 124 mph in a staggering 6.7 seconds when in attack mode. All of that at a dramatically lower price compared to any other Ferrari capable of such a feat.

Right here, you can learn all the essential facts and features of the most critical Ferrari this year.

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Ferrari Hybrid Showdown: SF90 Stradale vs LaFerrari

Ferrari Hybrid Showdown: SF90 Stradale vs LaFerrari

Maranello moves deeper into the hybrid market

Ferrari just unleashed its latest range-topping hypercar, the SF90 Stradale. A spiritual successor to the LaFerrari based on its hybrid drivetrain. Surprisingly enough, the SF90 Stradale comes less than a year after production of the LaFerrari ended in August 2018. By contrast, the LaFerrari came into the spotlight a whopping nine years after its predecessor, the Enzo, went into the history book. The Enzo itself arrived five years after the F50. That’s probably because today’s fast-paced industry no longer allows Ferrari to take such long breaks between hypercars. With the SF90 unveiled and official, we’re obviously wondering how it compares to the LaFerrari. Let’s find out below.

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The Ferrari SF90 Stradale Marks Progress and Breaks a Lot of In-House Records

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale Marks Progress and Breaks a Lot of In-House Records

The SF90 is the craziest Ferrari to date – really; it is

The 2020 Ferrari SF90 isn’t the first Ferrari hybrid – that title is reserved for the Ferrari LaFerrari. It is, however, a huge stepping stone into Ferrari’s electrified future and it sets a bunch of in-house records in the process. What would you say if I told you that the new SF90 Stradale was actually the most powerful V-8 Ferrari ever made? What if I told you that the SF90 is also the most powerful road-legal Ferrari ever produced? What if I told you that it’s the only model outside of the GTC4Lusso to be driven by all four wheels? What if I told you that it Kicked the LaFerrari’s ass around Ferrari’s Fiorano test track? Okay, well, that one is a little exaggerated – it didn’t actually kick the LaFerrari’s ass, but it very well may have beat it by a few tenths of a second. You can see the pattern here, so let’s dive into the goods a little more.

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2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale Gallery

2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale Gallery

Play Ferrari SF90 Stradale (2020) | 1,000 HP hybrid V8 supercar by TopSpeed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfb...

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The 2020 Ferrari Hybrid Hypercar Debuts May 29 - Here Are the Most Important Models That Came Before it

The 2020 Ferrari Hybrid Hypercar Debuts May 29 - Here Are the Most Important Models That Came Before it

From the hybrid LaFerrari to the insanely expensive 250 GTO

Ferrari recently confirmed that it will unveil a brand-new supercar on May 31. But it won’t be any the average supercar or grand tourer (if we can call a Ferrari average, that is). Ferrari will reveal its next range-topping hypercar, the successor to the mighty LaFerrari. Details are still slim, and the teaser doesn’t provide any solid hints, but we do know that this new hypercar will be a hybrid with around 1,000 horsepower at its disposal.

This is big news given that some rumors claimed Ferrari was working on an all-electric hypercar. It seems that Maranello isn’t willing to give up on gasoline power just yet, so it will combine a traditional powerplant with at least one electric motor. Whether the gas engine is a V-12 or a V-8 remains a mystery, but it’s pretty evident that it will pack more power than the LaFerrari. Actually, it will be more potent than any other Ferrari supercar up until now, so let’s have a look at the company’s long list of range-topping supercars.

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2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

The Mid-Engine Ferrari V-6 Hybrid Is A Whole New Car That Slots Below The F8 Tributo But Could Be Faster

Announced at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, the new Ferrari V-6 hybrid is ready for introduction this summer. Expected in a mid-engine form, the Ferrari with a hybridized V-6 propulsion system will probably slot below the F8 Tributo and ride on a modular platform that will underpin at least one more Ferrari supercar in the future. Maybe the one with the V-8 hybrid system.

Chief Technical Officer Michael Leiters presented Ferrari’s product strategy back in September in 2018 and announced the new Ferrari V-6 family:

"We will develop a totally new V6 family based on a very, very particular, innovative architecture with plenty of innovations regarding technologies and components."
We spied the Ferrari V-6 hybrid in prototype form in Sweden and Germany. Our spy photographers heard V-6 sounds while some videos, filmed in Maranello before that, apparently show the Ferrari V-6 hybrid running on electric power only. Even though this may be the case for the prototype, I doubt that the Ferrari V-6 mid-engine supercar will have an only-electric drive mode. However, Ferrari marketing head, Enrico Galleria reported some time ago that the Ferrari hybrid GT cars will probably have a Plug-In Hybrid technology. The Purosangue SUV as well!

Now, we have our first look at the first Ferrari Hybrid V-6 as it was doing some cold-weather testing.

Update 5/29/2019:Ferrari has just debuted the all-new SF90 Stradale, a V-8, hybrid supercar that is already stealing a lot of thunder from the Ferrari LaFerrari. Check out our special gallery below to get your first look while we update this review!

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Ferrari's 1,000-Horsepower Hybrid is Coming - Here's When it Will Debut

Ferrari’s 1,000-Horsepower Hybrid is Coming - Here’s When it Will Debut

Make sure you have time to spare on May 31

Mark your calendars. Save the date. Do whatever it takes to have an open schedule on May 31. That’s the day the entire auto industry stops completely and turns its attention towards Maranello to see Ferrari’s new hybrid hypercar for the first time. Not much is known about the machine at the moment, but Ferrari did confirm, though a digital save-the-date invitation, that the new hybrid hypercar will have almost 1,000 horsepower at its disposal. The new Ferrari hypercar is the second of five new models that the Italian automaker is unveiling this year. The first model, the 710-horsepower F8 Tributo, made its debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Brace yourselves, people. Ferrari has a new showstopper in its hands.

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Ferrari's Hybrid V-8 Supercar is Poised to Debut This Year but Where Will We Actually See It?

Ferrari’s Hybrid V-8 Supercar is Poised to Debut This Year but Where Will We Actually See It?

Not at Geneva, unfortunately

Ferrari has long prided itself on offering the finest driving machines around, and for years, the formula was quite simple - engine in the middle, power at the back, sharp suspension in the corners, and lots of wing at both ends. Now, however, as new technology finds its way into the performance sector, the Prancing Horse has been forced to adapt, which means the adoption of stuff like hybrid powerplants. And as it turns out, electrified assistance will become a major part of Ferrari’s offerings in just a few short years, starting with an upcoming V-8 supercar.

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Is Ferrari Working On a Hybrid Sports Car?

Is Ferrari Working On a Hybrid Sports Car?

It’s either that or the company’s developing a hybrid powertrain

A Ferrari test mule sporting the face of the Ferrari 458 was captured on video under the power of what appears to be (or sounds like) a hybrid-based powertrain. The video, which showed up on YouTube last July, has been thrust back into the spotlight because of the unusual configuration. At the very least, there are a number of clues on the car that points to what Ferrari is doing, specifically developing hybrid technology for use on one — or more — of its future cars.

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Ferrari to Deliver Hybrid V-8 in 2019 - Will it be Used to Fight the Lamborghini Urus SUV?

Ferrari to Deliver Hybrid V-8 in 2019 - Will it be Used to Fight the Lamborghini Urus SUV?

Don’t sleep on this powertrain to find its way into Ferrari’s first SUV

There’s no turning back for Ferrari now. The Italian automaker is now fully invested in the world of hybrid powertrains as company CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed that a Ferrari V-8 hybrid is coming in 2019. Marchionne didn’t elaborate on the details just yet, but he did admit that test mules of the car are “around now.” If the hybrid powertrain finds its way into a production model as many expect it would, it would become the first series-production hybrid model Maranello has on the road since the Ferrari LaFerrari.

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