2024 Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale Photos, engines & full specs

Body style: Coupé (two-door)
Segment: Coupe
Production years: 2023, 2024

FERRARI SF90 XX Stradale 2023-Present 6 Photos
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Ferrari unveiled during a private event held on their home track at Fiorano the SF90 XX in both versions: the Stradale, which is the coupe, and the Spider, which is the open-top version of it. The new model comes as an addition to the SF90 lineup and is aimed at those who are spending some time on a track, not just on regular roads.

The car was developed under the XX Programme, previously focused only on vehicles built for race tracks. But then, the program evolved and started to enhance production models, such as the Ferrari FXX-K EVO. Nevertheless, the team noticed that its customers started to ask for road-legal high-performance vehicles, so it came up with this: the SF90 XX Stradale. A 799-unit production for a high-performance vehicle made for tracks, but able to wear license plates on it.

The team started off with a production SF90, which they enhanced it in all areas. As a result, the SF90 XX Stradale features a new nose fitted with a wider and lower splitter. In addition, the Z-shaped LED headlights were connected on their lower side with a pair of air intakes made to cool the front brakes. On the upper side of the front fenders, Ferrari installed a set of vents to enhance the car's aerodynamic shape. Moving on to the sides, there are new carbon fiber side skirts that are extended on the rear quarter panels. In addition, there are air intakes on both sides of the greenhouse, but those are needed to cool the engine. Last but not least, Ferrari installed a rear wing supported by two goose-neck-style struts.

Inside, everything is designed around the driver. Ferrari installed a pair of sports seats with high bolstered areas. Despite the fact that they looked like unadjustable racing ones, they could recline. Between them, the car manufacturer installed a light center tunnel where the buttons for the gear selector were placed but were moved forward compared to the SF90. The cockpit also featured a simple-looking dashboard that Ferrari covered in Alcantara on the upper side to reduce glare, while the lower side was cushioned with fabric for a softer touch.

Ferrari installed a plug-in hybrid system for the vehicle that featured a twin-turbo V8 internal combustion engine helped by three electric motors. As a result, the combined power of these elements reached 1030 PS (1016 HP). The ICE alone provided 797 of them, while the rest was ensured by the electric motors. Since Ferrari developed the car as a plug-in hybrid, it also ensured a large enough battery pack that allowed the vehicle to run for up to 25 km (15.5 miles) in EV mode at speeds of up to 135 kph (84 mph).

press release
FERRARI SF90 XX Stradale 2023, 2024
  1 hybrid gasoline engine
  • 4.0L V8 8AT AWD (797 HP

FERRARI SF90 XX Stradale
4.0L V8 8AT AWD (797 HP

Displacement:3990 cm3
Power:586.2 KW @ 7900 RPM
797 HP @ 7900 RPM
786 BHP @ 7900 RPM
Torque:593 lb-ft @ 6250 RPM
804 Nm @ 6250 RPM
Electrical motor power:171.4 kw (233 hp)
Fuel System:Turbocharged Direct Injection
Fuel:Hybrid Gasoline
Fuel capacity:18 gallons (68.1 L)
Top Speed:199 mph (320 km/h)
Acceleration 0-62 Mph (0-100 kph):2.3 s
Drive Type:All Wheel Drive
Gearbox:8-speed automatic F1 DCT
Front:Ventilated Discs
Rear:Ventilated Discs
Tire Size:255/35 ZR F20 // 315/30 ZR F20
Length:190.9 in (4849 mm)
Width:79.3 in (2014 mm)
Height:48.2 in (1224 mm)
Wheelbase:104.3 in (2649 mm)
Unladen Weight:3439 lbs (1560 kg)
Power pack:Lithium-Ion
Nominal Capacity:7.9 kWh
Range:15.5 miles (24.9 km)
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