Ferrari has revealed the spider version of its plug-in hybrid SF90 Stradale coupe. See details below…
Ferrari revealed its SF90 Stradale plug-in hybrid coupe last year boasting impressive outputs 574 kW and 800 Nm developed by its mid-mounted, twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 engine. Additional firepower is harvested and stored in a 7.9 kWh lithium-ion battery, adding 162 kW to the SF90’s total system output of 735 kW. Two electric motors drive the front wheels, giving the SF90 all-wheel-drive capability, a first for Ferrari.
The SF90 Spider adopts the same powertrain and is claimed to achieve a zero to 100 kph sprint time in 2.5 seconds with a top speed of 340 kph using a lightning-fast 8-speed DCT.
The SF90 spider features an electrically retractable hardtop that can be retracted in 14 seconds and only occupies 100 litres of space and is some 40 kg lighter than a conventional hardtop. An optional Assetto Fiorano package sheds a further 21 kg with carbon fibre and titanium construction. This package reduces the SF90 spider’s overall weight to 1 670 kg or 100 kg more than the coupe version.
What would you rather have, the SF90 Stradale coupe or this SF90 spider?