The most powerful Ferrari production car ever and the very first plug-in hybrid by the Italian automaker is the Ferrari SF90 Stradale.
SF90 Stradale comes equipped with a V8 3.9-liter engine coupled with 3-electric motors with the generative capacity of 986hp.
The electric motors, two out of the three are used for the wheels at the front while the third one is linked with the petrol engine mounted at its back seats. The Ferrari SF90’s transmission is like what you would see on typical Formula 1 racing car. It also features standard 8-speed transmission.
Its transmission and an output of 986 horsepower is exactly what you would see on Formula 1 race car
The monster supercar has the capability of accelerating from a standstill of zero to 60mph in slightly over 2 seconds with a peak speed of 340 kilometers per hour. With its electric motors, it has the ability to reach 84 miles per hour.
New 1000hp Ferrari SF90 Stradale hybrid - a LaFerrari-beater for much less cash!
Though the automaker has manufactured Hybrid cars in the past but has never delved into production of plug-in hybrid. Usually, the hybrid equipped cars possess batteries and electric motors that get charged via energy coming from the gasoline engine of the car and also the braking. You can also charge a plug-in like a fully electrified car via an electrical cable.
SF90 Stradale is the first ever Ferrari model with the plug-in hybrid engine, making it the most powerful ever made car by Ferrari
For now, Ferrari is yet to give us the exact amount this incredible SF90 will cost.
Until then, we are waiting!