Celebrating 90 years of Ferrari’s Scuderia racing team, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale arrives with the most powerful V8 engine the Italian carmaker has ever produced as well as a trio of electric motors. Together, the 4.0-liter V8 sitting midship, two electric motor powering the front wheels and a MGUK motor that sits between the 769-hp V8 and eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, produce a whopping 986 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. As Ferrari’s first all-wheel-drive sports car (the GTC4Lusso is a grand touring wagon), the SF90 Stradale can sprint from 0-60 mph in 2.6 seconds, reach 125 mph in 6.7 seconds and hit a top speed of 211 mph.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
The SF90 Stradale’s interior is fairly sedate, with the yellow prancing-horse logo adding a splash of color on the center of the steering wheel. This two-seat coupe is home to a sculpted dashboard with fluid lines that mimic the flowing design of the car’s exterior. With high-performance exotics, cargo space is typically in short supply. This is certainly the case with the SF90 Stradale, which provides roughly three cubic feet of room for your stuff.
Infotainment and Connectivity
All SF90 Stradales come with an LCD monitor up front and a six-speaker sound system. The car is also equipped with standard tech features such as Bluetooth phone and streaming audio, real-time traffic, and an integrated navigation system with a voice-activation feature. Apple CarPlay integration is offered, but Android Auto isn’t on the list of available amenities.
|Engine type||V8 twin turbocharged|
|Displacement||4.0 l (244 ci)|
|Power||1000 ps (986 bhp / 735 kw)|
|Torque||800 Nm (590 lb-ft)|
|Power / liter||250 ps (246 hp)|
|Power / weight||637 ps (628 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||510 Nm (376 lb-ft) / t|
|Layout||middle engine, all wheel drive|
|0 – 100 kph||2.5 s|
|0 – 200 kph||6.7 s|
|Est. 1/8 mile||6.5 s @ 122.4 mph|
|Est. 1/4 mile||10.0 s @ 152.2 mph|
|Est. 1/2 mile||15.6 s @ 179.6 mph|
|Est. 100 – 200 kph||4.2 s|
|Top speed||340 kph (211 mph)|
|Est. max acceleration||1.19 g (12 m/s²)|
|100 kph – 0||30 m (97 ft)|