Shot at the Imola circuit in Italy, the video depicts a red-painted coupe with silver accents and a gold-finished convertible. Both of them are phenomenal cars, the most powerful road-going cars ever produced by Ferrari thanks to a plug-in hybrid system that assists a twin-turbocharged V8 engine. The SF90 Stradale also stands out with its DCT because it doesn’t feature a reverse gear. Two electric motors are responsible for driving in reverse, while the third e-motor is located between the engine and dual-clutch box.
Named after the SF90 single-seater Formula 1 car and to celebrate Scuderia Ferrari’s 90th anniversary, the 986-horsepower hypercar isn’t exactly perfect. “It’s a stunning technical achievement, but I’m not sure it’s a great driver’s car. I’m not sure it’s a great Ferrari,” said Chris Harris on Top Gear.
Capable of covering 8 miles (12.9 kilometers) in all-electric mode before the battery runs out of juice, the SF90 Stradale is rated by the Environmental Protection Agency at 330 miles (531 kilometers) of total range in plug-in hybrid mode. If you were wondering, the SF90 Stradale also happens to be pretty expensive at $625,000, excluding destination charge and desirable options. One of those extras is the Assetto Fiorano Package, which adds a whopping $100,000 to the retail price.