Ferrari SF90 Stradale Photographed Inside Maranello Factory, Looks Stunning

Ferrari SF90 Stradale in Maranello factory 1 photo
The amazing piece of equipment that is the Ferrari SF90 Stradale won't reach customers until next year. Then again, the Maranello factory has already brought multiple examples of the 1,000 hp hybrid to the world. And you can now enjoy a few pictures showcasing the gas-electric supercar in its birthplace.
The pics, which can be found in the social media posts at the bottom of the page, are the result of a recent trip to the said factory. Oh, and they're not limited to the SF90 Stradale, as you'll also get to see a Monza SP1 and in stunning spec too.

Returning to the SF90 Stradale, its straight-line numbers (0-100 kph/62 mph in 2.5 seconds and 0-200 kph/124 mph in 6.7 seconds) are just part of the equation.

For instance, this is the first time a Ferrari comes with a second, higher performance spec. Dubbed Assetto Fiorano, this involves GT racing-like Multimatic dampers, a high-downforce rear spoiler (this generates 390 kg of downforce at 250 kph/155 mph) along with a 30 kg diet. The latter mixes carbon (door panels, underbody) and titanium (springs and exhaust), while the oveall mix also involves Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 rubber.

Oh, and if you must know, electrification takes a toll of 270 kg, while adding 220 hp and gifting the machine with all-paw traction and seeing 3 kilos being removed from the V8's gearbox, in the form of the reverse gear (electric power is used to back up the car).

And since the now-"junior" Ferrari F8 Tributo has already been spotted out in the wild, I can't wait to be able to say the same about this F1-named toy (the road car simply added the "stradale" particle to the name of the Ferrari Formula One car).

PS: Stop calling the SF90 Stradale a LaFerrari replacement, simply because it isn't - here's how the Italians put it: "the SF90 Stradale slots in between the mid-rear-engined coupes, today represented by the F8 Tributo, and supercars of the likes of LaFerrari,"

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