It didn’t take long for more images of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, including the first of the interior, to break cover. We’ve added the photos that come courtesy of YouTube user ‘Supercars67’ below. (Updated 5/29/2019)
An image of the new Ferrari hybrid supercar has just emerged online with reports claiming that the vehicle will be dubbed the SF90 Stradale.
Ferrari has dropped a series of teasers of its new mid-engine supercar over recent days and this photo appears to have been snapped during a private presentation of the vehicle. While the image isn’t of the highest quality, it does show that the car will take some styling inspiration from other recent Ferrari models.
When first looking at this photo, the Ferrari J50 immediately popped into our minds, thanks in part to the black engine cover and the fact that the gloss black roof almost makes this new Ferrari look like a convertible (it isn’t). Like the J50 and the new F8 Tributo, there is also a large air intake immediately behind the doors.
Up front, we can see part of the supercar’s headlight which is clearly quite different from other current Ferrari production models, adopting a kind-of lobster claw shape.
The SF90 Stradale will be very fast. In fact, we’re told it will feature either a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 or a twin-turbo V6 paired with three electric motors and a potent all-wheel drive system. The car will allegedly reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in approximately 2 seconds flat and according to one of our sources, may only need 6.8 seconds to hit 124 mph (200 km/h) from a standstill, roughly the same as the LaFerrari.
As for the rumored name, the SF90 references Ferrari’s current Formula One car.
Be sure to stay tuned to Carscoops in the coming hours as the car approaches its global premiere.
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Is this Ferrari’s newest supercar? Apparently this is named the SF90 and it’s the long rumoured mid-engined hybrid car the Italian company has been working on for a number of years now. Apparently it’ll have a turbocharged V6 and three electric motors which will produce 1000bhp. Who else is excited?