Ferrari SF90 Stradale have finally arrived in Australia and comes with a starting price of AUD $846,888 including on-road costs. Granted that it is a step price to pay for a car, but there is no denying that for this price buyers would be getting a premium performance hybrid supercar. Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster is priced around AUD$825,530 in Australia including on-road costs. However, its performance is but below than the Prancing Horse’s SF90 Stradale. Ferrari SF90 Stradale is powered with twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 unit that generates 769hp and 800 Nm of torque.
It is supported by one electric motor mounted between V8 and new eight-speed dual-clutch transmission along with two other motors at front axles. This gives a combined output of 986hp. While speaking to Motoring, Dieter Knechtel who is Ferrari Japan and Australasia chief said that SF90 Stradale is for anyone who can afford it and not just for those who have large Ferrari collections. He added that the hybrid supercar will not only entice existing clients and performance fans, but will help in bring new people especially first-time buyers with its extreme design and best in segment.
Ferrari SF90 Stradale in Assetto Fiorano track-focused package is priced from AUD $111,306. This package brings forth higher downforce rear wing, Lexan windows, track optimized suspension with titanium coil springs, and loads of carbon fiber parts saving 30kg. Deliveries of the SF90 Stradale is scheduled for late in second half of 2020. Australian looking for an alternative for Lambo’s Aventador S will be pleased with this news.