Copyright © Dennis Publishing Limited 2020. Inevitably you’re left to wonder what an SF90 would be like shorn of its hybrid hardware and powered instead by an evolution of the 812 Superfast’s naturally aspirated 789bhp V12. We might as well say this now: in terms of readily accessible point-to-point pace, the SF90 takes things to a new level of excess. In eDrive mode it is propelled by the front wheels only. The company has yet to reveal the car's name, but the new hybrid model is expected to go on sale globally from 2020.

In addition to its V8 petrol engine, Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid features three electric motors powered by an 8kWh lithium-ion battery. Inside, a 16-inch curved-screen display dominates the instrument binnacle and forms the centrepiece of Ferrari’s all-new, all-digital HMI, or Human-Machine Interface, controlled entirely from the steering wheel, which features a small – and, we have to say, somewhat tricky – control pad on the right-hand spoke for navigating the various infotainment menus.

To blend, balance and control the combined effect of the conventional Brembo carbon disc brakes and the regenerative braking effect from the electric motors, Ferrari has developed a brake-by-wire system. Judging by the spy photos, Ferrari's first "mainstream" hybrid model – not a limited-run special like LaFerrari – will be a two-seat model possibly based on the F8 Tributo.

While it’s a magnificent achievement making this much performance so exploitable, it sees the SF90 continue along the automotive industry’s questionable arc. The plug-in hybrid hypercars has a turbocharged V8 engine coupled with three electric motors to provide almost 1,000 horsepower. Rumours on the internet say the hybrid will feature a V8 engine and three electric motors generating a total of around 746kW (1000hp) of power. – but there’s little doubt such a car would offer a more visceral and emotionally charged driving experience. This said, if you can accept you will only rarely dip into the upper reaches of its performance then there’s still much to admire about the SF90. Such is its potency and advanced technology it’s hard to believe the SF90 Stradale is a series production car. Unless otherwise stated, all prices are shown as Manufacturer's Tricky infotainment controls. Ferrari 488 Spider review: Why bother with the coupe? The new king of the Ferrari range has arrived. The SF90 Stradale is the most powerful (and arguably the most advanced) Ferrari ever made. MORE: Ferrari news, reviews, comparisons and videos. It’s significantly lower, too, thanks to radically altered intake and exhaust systems.

These are notoriously difficult to perfect, but Ferrari has got closer than anyone to doing so. Subscribe today to our exclusive new offer and SAVE 39% on the shop price, Inevitably you’re left to wonder what an SF90 would be like shorn of its hybrid hardware and powered instead by an evolution of the, Unless you’re prepared to compare apples to oranges, the SF90 Stradale has no direct or obvious rivals. In the more senior of its dynamic modes – that’s to say CT Off and ESC Off – it requires considerably more in the way of skill and self-control. Even the wheels have been designed with aerodynamics in mind, the rims featuring wing profiles between the spokes that act as rotors, generating additional downforce by sucking more air across the front diffusers and extracting air from the wheelarches. The company has yet to reveal the car's name, but the new hybrid model is expected to go on sale globally from 2020.

Vous pouvez modifier vos choix à tout moment dans vos paramètres de vie privée. Brilliantly resolved chassis/powertrain, Weight. By comprehensively re-engineering the award-winning 3.9-litre twin-turbocharged V8, the SF90’s petrol engine has been bored to increase capacity to four litres. Especially when it ultimately leaves you with a huge surplus of unuseable performance on the road. With its introduction the supercar arms race enters a blistering new phase, in which a showroom-spec supercar boasts hypercar performance. Ferrari F8 Spider 2020 review - the thorn in a McLaren 720S Spider's side, LaFerrari v McLaren P1 - how the hypercars stack up, Ferrari F50 – review, history prices and specs - pictures, Blistering performance. And the driver aids are so finely tuned that you can lean on them with absolute trust, or, if you have the skill and confidence, feel the machine move around beneath you.

Hollow castings have also been developed, again to save weight, with new alloys used to increase stiffness and improve NVH.

Ferrari bringt mit dem SF90 seinen ersten Plug-in-Hybrid und klotzt statt zu kleckern: 1000 PS, vier Motoren, 1,57 Kilo pro PS!

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Ferrari SF90 Stradale (2020) Hypercar mit 1.000 PS - 220 davon unter Strom ... 64 Meter trennen die alte Hybrid-Welt bei Ferrari von der neuen Plug-in-Hybrid-Welt. Ferrari has published two official teasers for its upcoming hybrid V8 supercar, ahead of its launch on May 29, European time. Top speed is 211mph and it will lap Fiorano in 79 seconds. There are also two manettinos – one for the SF90’s dynamic modes, another to select powertrain modes.

The teasers provide clues to the design of the new model's front and rear ends, albeit in a typically cryptic fashion. 2020 Ferrari SP90 Stradale.

Yet still it summons such devastating speed you can only extend it for a few handfuls of seconds before you’re travelling at velocities that would almost certainly result in your incarceration. Ferrari news, reviews, comparisons and videos. Both will break cover in the second half of the year. With one motor driving each front wheel and a third motor sandwiched between the V8 and the transmission driving the rear axle, the SF90 divides drive according to powertrain setting. Designed without a reverse gear, it is 10kg lighter than the F8 Tributo’s seven-speed ’box and shifts 100ms (or 30 per cent) faster than the 488 Pista can. Nos partenaires et nous-mêmes stockerons et/ou utiliserons des informations concernant votre appareil, par l’intermédiaire de cookies et de technologies similaires, afin d’afficher des annonces et des contenus personnalisés, de mesurer les audiences et les contenus, d’obtenir des informations sur les audiences et à des fins de développement de produit. At £375,000 it is significantly more expensive than any other series production supercar, yet it boasts the power and performance of £1m+ hypercars such as the LaFerrari, McLaren P1 or Porsche 918 Spyder. That its technology and sophistication makes these once cutting-edge and strictly limited-edition machines look outmoded speaks volumes for the pace of development, not to mention Ferrari’s commitment to building the world’s most advanced series production supercars. The aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic won't stop Ferrari from introducing two models in 2020. All rights reserved. As you might expect, the SF90‘s acceleration is exceptional: 0-62mph takes 2.5sec, 0-124mph just 6.7sec. A narrower cylinder head design features a new high-pressure direct injection system which improves combustion and efficiency, while the turbos employ electronically controlled wastegates to improve emissions. Recommended List Price (MRLP) inclusive of GST, exclusive of options and on road costs. 20.

Découvrez comment nous utilisons vos informations dans notre Politique relative à la vie privée et notre Politique relative aux cookies. Given it weighs 1570kg dry (with lightweight options) – which equates to a real-world kerb weight of close to 1700kg – that’s quite some achievement.

Rival hybrid supercars are on the horizon, but in creating this new sub-genre the SF90 has set a very high bar indeed.