The Ferrari SF90 Stradale certainly doesn’t have the screaming exhaust note of the LaFerrari.
Ferrari say they will always deliver one car less than the market demands in order to maintain their models’ desirability .
Adding electric motors and batteries inevitably leads to greater overall weight, yet even Ferrari has to do this to comply with emission rules .
The Universo Ferrari event will allow visitors to see the company’s best road and race cars of all time.
The new plug-in hybrid Ferrari comes with an astounding 1,000 HP and all-wheel drive.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale pumps out a total of 986 hp and is very, very fast.
The SF90 Stradale uses a twin-turbo V8 and three electric motors – and looks stunning in that hue.
It’s only a rendering for now, and there’s no info whatsoever, but we don’t see why Ferrari won’t give it a go.
The vendor claims the hybrid supercar will be delivered in Q1, 2020, and can be specced to its owner’s desires.
Glickenhaus doesn’t seem impressed the Ferrari SF90 Stradale can lap the Nurburgring on full power.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the company’s first plug-in hybrid production car.
Ferrari is embracing electrification with their first ever plug-in hybrid which features three electric motors.