Ferrari SF90 Stradale
Ferrari has earlier this week its new supercar presented: the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, inspired by the Formula 1 racing car with which Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc drive.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale lends his name to the Ferrari F1 car of this season, which is also SF90 in her name. It is a tribute to the 90th anniversary of the Scuderia.
A striking feature of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is that it is the first straatwagen of Ferraro with four-wheel drive, and that he has over 1000 hp strong. This is the Ferrari SF90 Stradale even more horsepower than some of the F1 cars. For that 1000 horsepower does the Ferrari SF90 Stradale appeal on no less than four engines.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale features a V8 turbo engine of no less than 780 hp. The other 220 hp is coming. of three electric motors. This is the Ferrari SF90 Stradale was also the first ‘normal’ Ferrari, which at the power socket can be recharged. Indeed, the ‘greening’ and ‘electrification’ can also be seen in the sportwagensegment.
For the people who cifjertjes keep we still remember that the Ferrari SF90 Stradale 390 kilograms of downward pressure generates at 250 kilometers per hour. The 780 hp from the V8)turbo engine is the highest power ever, that Ferrari out of such an engine managed to get to. In terms of traction, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale good for 800 Nm, using a temporary fuel cut is even 900 Nm is achieved.
The weight of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is 1570 pounds but there is the Fiorano package that the car is 30 kilograms lighter. Ferrari expects 99 percent of customers will choose.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale goes from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 2.5 seconds, 0 to 200 kilometres per hour work in just 6.7 seconds.
Price and edition of the car made Ferrari is not known, though it is already clear that the car is in a limited edition and will appear and probably will be sold out quickly.
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