An orbital video of which engine and how it works on the all-new SF90 Straddle.

In late May, Ferrari introduced its newest car, the 963-horsepower heir LaFerrari, launched in 2013, and the SF90 Stradal, a 1,000-horsepower.

This is the first real plug-in of the Italian manufacturer, which is an external hybrid model of electric power, which can enjoy the benefits of a green license plate in Hungary and whose complicated drive chain is detailed in the following video:

The heart of the SF90 Stradale is a 90-degree, 4-liter, gasoline turbocharged V8 engine that delivers 780 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque, plus 220 horsepower produced by three electric motors.

One of the electric motors is located between the gasoline unit and the eight-speed dual clutch automatic transmission on the rear and two on the front axle. The battery-powered 7.9 kWh lithium plug-in hybrid system can be used to clean 25 miles of electrical power in so-called eDrive mode. Even at a top speed of 135 km / h.

In hybrid mode, the Stradale SF90 behaves just like any normal hybrid car and stops the V8 gasoline engine whenever you need it. In performance mode, the internal combustion engine always works, and in Qualified mode, the highest power is always available, with 1,000 horsepower available.

In just under 2.5 seconds, an Italian sports car of 100 marches and 1.10 meters of four wheels departs and only 340 km / h finish the acceleration. And how much time do you need for the 0-200 sprint? Well, only 6.7 seconds.

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