Ferrari’s one of the most important model in their long and illustrious history is SF90 Stradale and is the next chapter of their electrification. Interestingly, Ferrari SF90 Stradale is not the first to come with hybrid powertrain as the honors goes to LaFerrari. However, it is the first series-production model to combine three electric motors with a biturbo V8. It is also first one to officially use a plug for recharging its batteries. Top Gear get a closer look at this hypercar which is currently at a dealership in London.
Power in the Ferrari SF90 Stradale comes from twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 unit that offers an output of 769hp and 800 Nm of torque. As mentioned, it consists of three electric motors, where one motor is mounted between the V8 and new eight-speed dual clutch automatic transmission. The other two electric motors are located on the front axle. Electric power is rated at 217hp and hence, the combined output is an impressive 986 hp (1,000 PS). As two electric motor sitting on the front, any would have guessed that it is an all-wheel drive supercar.
Performance figures in Ferrari SF90 Stradale is astonishing. Ferrari claims that it can accelerate 0-62mph in 2.5 seconds and 0-124mph in 6.7 seconds before hitting the top speed of 211 mph. With the help of 7.9 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, Ferrari SF90 Stradale is able to travel 15.5 miles on electric power alone, during which it is powered only by front wheels. Pricing details of this hypercar has not been disclosed, but we expect it to between $500,000 and $600,000.