The new model has a plug-in hybrid drive and is valid for the most powerful Ferrari of all time that can be driven on public roads.
Photo: Ferrari promo
The Italian manufacturer presented its second hybrid model on Wednesday after LaFerrari 2013.
However, unlike the predecessor, Ferrari SF90 Stradale It has the option of replenishing the battery via a plug-in hybrid, as well as a 4-point drive.
Another interesting thing is that this is the strongest Serial Ferrari not made exclusively for the race track – the total power of the hybrid system is only 1,000 "horses".
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At the heart of the SF90 Stradale model is a turbo 4.0 V8 with 780 hp (573 kV) and a maximum torque of 800 Nm.
Already only this engine would be enough to leave fans of a supersport car breathless. However, Ferrari has added three more electric motors, which together produce 220 hp (162 kV), so the total power reached 1000 bhp (735 kV).
Two electric motors drive the front and the third rear axle. Power generators are powered by a lithium-ion battery capacity of 7.9 kVh.
The power is transferred to all 4 points via a 8-speed automatic transmission with double clutch.
Translated to numbers, the performance is as follows: the car from 0 to 100 km / h accelerates for 2.5 s, and 0-200 km / h arrives in only 6.7 s.
The maximum speed is 340 km / h.
Ferrari states that the SF90 Stradale can only be driven by batteries.
If it relies solely on the power of an electric motor, the car is capable of up to 25 km.
Although hybrid drive models are much heavier than conventional batteries, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is relatively lightweight with a weight of only 1,570 kg. That's 30 kg less than the mass of the first Ferrari hybrid model – LaFerrari.
However, the SF90 Stradale design is 20% less than LaFerrari.
The car has a very modern design, both from the outside and from the inside. The appearance of the cockpit is inspired by Formula 1, and the dashboard is maximally digitized with a large 16-inch HD screen at the instrument location.
The driver has 4 predefined improvements: eDrive, Hybrid, Performance and Kualifi. The first two, as their names suggest, are designed for economical and ecological driving.
In eDrive mode, the V8 is completely turned off so that the drive system relies solely on the power of the electric motor. In hybrid mode, the computer includes the V8 unit as needed and drives petrol depending on the pressure of the accelerator pedal and the driving conditions.
When selecting the performance and qualification mode, the V8 engine is constantly on and the system is always ready to deliver a maximum of 1,000 "horses".
Ferrari has not yet released information on the start date of the sale or the price of SF90 Stradale, and it is expected that this model will be available at retail outlets by the end of the year.