The sportsmen have begun their mutation and Ferrari is no exception. The Italian brand launched the Stradale SF90, the first hybrid plug-in of its history, the first non-plug-in hybrid was the LaFerrari model. In addition, its denomination pays homage to the 90th anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari
The propulsion system consists of a 4-liter petrol-powered V8 engine supercharged by a turbocharger that delivers 780 hp, which is associated with an eight-speed automatic double-clutch transmission. In addition, in the middle of these two components is located one of the three electric propellers, while the remaining pair gives life to the front wheels, therefore, it can be said that the SF90 is a total traction.
When the system works to its fullest, the combined power is 1000 hp, and if only the front engines are used, the SF90 Stradale can travel up to 25 kilometers in electric form – up to 135 km / h. The performance declared by Ferrari is an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.6 seconds and from 0 to 200 km / h in 6.7 seconds.
A combination of lightweight materials such as carbon fiber and high strength aluminum alloys was used for the body. According to the brand, the SF90 Stradale chassis is 20% more flexible stiffness and 40% more torsional stiffness than previous platforms without any weight gain.
On the other hand, the aerodynamics is active thanks to the mobile rear spoiler, called off Maca that at 250 km / h allows a load of 390 kilos.
The driver can choose four modes of operation for the hybrid system through eManettino: eDrive – fully electric – hybrid – is self-managed to use engines in the most efficient way – performance – maximum performance of all four engines – and qualification. allows the system to reach the maximum output power.
For the most radical there is an optional package, the Asterto Fiorano, which reduces weight by 30 kg, includes Multimatic GT-Racing high-performance exhaust system and dampers, carbon fiber door panels and semi-classic Michelin Pilot Sport tires Cup2.