Ferrari SF90 - The 1000HP Hypercar

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Ferrari has unveiled a new limited-edition hybrid hypercar, and it's called the SF90 Stradale. The car is a plug-in hybrid that uses three electric motors and turbocharged V8 to develop a monumental 986 horsepower, enabling it to hit 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds. The SF90 is only the fourth Ferrari to offer all-wheel drive, after the 2008 FXX Evo, 2014 FXX K and 2019 F1 clienti cars. Ferrari says an "all new battery architecture" allows for as much as 25 miles of electric range. In addition to the standard car, Ferrari will offer an "Assetto Fiorano" version that offers a race-derived aerodynamics package, an even more aggressive suspension setup, a titanium exhaust system and the option of fitting ultra-lightweight carbon fiber wheels instead of alloy ones

It's a plug-in hybrid that uses three electric motors and turbocharged V8 to develop a monumental 986 horsepower, enabling it to hit 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds.

The Ferrari SF90 is a hypercar that has been in development for years. It's the first car from the company to feature an all-wheel drive system, and it uses three electric motors and a turbocharged V8 engine to develop a monumental 986 horsepower, enabling it to hit 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds. The front wheels both have electric motors that produce 272 horsepower (200 kW), while the rear wheels get single electric motors offering 268 hp (200 kW). The V8 turbocharged engine alone makes 774 hp (600 kW). All told, that’s over 1000 hp!

Ferrari says this will be "the most extreme model ever built by Ferrari" but won't confirm if it's going into production or how many examples of each will be made available when it goes on sale later this year.

The SF90 is only the fourth Ferrari to offer all-wheel drive, after the 2008 FXX Evo, 2014 FXX K and 2019 F1 clienti cars.

The SF90 is the fourth Ferrari to offer all-wheel drive, after the 2008 FXX Evo, 2014 FXX K and 2019 F1 clienti cars. All-wheel drive is a big deal for Ferrari. It's something that has been missing from its range until now; while it's not new technology, it's something customers have been asking for in increasing numbers over the last few years. The Italian manufacturer has finally caved and decided to make this change with its most powerful road car yet. "It brings so much more than just four driven wheels," explains Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto at a launch event in Italy late last year (the first time any member of staff had spoken about the vehicle). "It gives you traction control and stability; it allows you to have better traction at low speeds; it allows you to be able to brake later because you have more grip from front to rear."

In addition to the standard car, Ferrari will offer an "Assetto Fiorano" version that offers a race-derived aerodynamics package, an even more aggressive suspension setup, a titanium exhaust system and the option of fitting ultra-lightweight carbon fiber wheels instead of alloy ones.

In addition to the standard car, Ferrari will offer an "Assetto Fiorano" version that offers a race-derived aerodynamics package, an even more aggressive suspension setup, a titanium exhaust system and the option of fitting ultra-lightweight carbon fiber wheels instead of alloy ones. The price tag for this model is $3 million.

The SF90 Stradale is yet another landmark for hybrid performance cars.

Ferrari is known for its hybrid hypercars. The company has an excellent reputation for making fast cars, and has made a lot of them. In fact, Ferrari has been making quick vehicles since the late 1940s and has made many very fast vehicles since then as well.

The SF90 Stradale is yet another landmark for hybrid performance cars. The new supercar packs 1000HP under the hood, which is more than enough power to compete with other high-end hypercars on the market today.

Conclusion

The SF90 Stradale is a great example of how Ferrari has been able to take the hybrid technologies it developed for F1 and apply them to its road cars. The result is one of the most impressive hypercars yet, with performance figures that rival those of McLaren's P1 GTR and Porsche's 919 Hybrid Evo. It's also a reminder that Ferrari is still one step ahead when it comes to green technology—despite Porsche's efforts in this area

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