2024 Ferrari SF90 XX Spider Photos, engines & full specs

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

FERRARI SF90 XX Spider 2023-Present 7 Photos
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Ferrari has a long history of producing open-top vehicles. As a matter of fact, the first car that wore the ramping horse badge was installed on a roadster. So, the Italian car manufacturer continued on doing so with most of the cars it produced. As a result, there was no surprise to see next to the SF90 Stradale, the open-top version of it, traditionally named Spider.

When Ferrari created the XX Program, it made it to create bespoke vehicles made for track for its special customers. Later on, the same team that developed those cars was tasked to create an advanced version of the SF90 hypercar. Their mission was to create a race-ready vehicle but to feature enough elements that could make it road-legal. That's how the SF90 XX Stradale and the SF90 XX Spider were born.

The Spider featured a similar-looking front fascia like its Stradale sibling, with a slim line that crossed the car from side to side. Underneath that, the carmaker installed a splitter with an additional lip underneath it. In the center, Ferrari installed the radar in the center for advanced safety systems. The slim LED headlights were extended on their outer sides by air intakes that channeled the air around the bodywork to lower the drag resistance. From its profile, the SF90 XX Spider kept the overall look of the SF90 Spider but with several modifications. Behind the cockpit was the engine's air intake, and on top of the fenders, a set of vents extracted the air trapped inside the wheel well to diminish the lift effect created by that. Finally, at the back, an adjustable wing adorned the engine's cover.

Ferrari installed two sports seats inside the SF90 XX Spider's cockpit. These were made on a carbon fiber frame and padded with Alcantara. Between the driver and the side passenger, the car featured a lightweight center console fitted with the buttons for the transmission. These were moved forward compared to those installed on the regular SF90 lineup. Fronting the driver was a completely digital instrument cluster that boasted not just the tachometer and the speedometer but also various data about the car, needed especially for on-track use. But despite being a track-oriented car, it still had some road-oriented features, such as a sound system. Ferrari made the roadster with a retractable top that could disappear behind the cabin in a mere 14 seconds at speeds of up to 45 kph (28 MPH).

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 electric motors ensured the rest. Since Ferrari developed the car as a plug-in hybrid, it also installed a large enough battery pack that allowed the vehicle to run for up to 25 km (15.5 miles) in EV mode at up to 135 kph (84 mph).

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

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 @ 6250-8000 RPM
804 Nm @ 6250-8000 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)
Front/rear Track:66.3/65.9 in (1,684/1,674 mm)
Unladen Weight:3660 lbs (1660 kg)
Power pack:Lithium-Ion
Nominal Capacity:7.9 kWh
Range:15.5 miles (24.9 km)
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