Playing With the Ferrari SF90 XX's Online Configurator Will Make You Forget You're Poor

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Ferrari's XX models used to be track-only beasts. But not anymore, because the brand-new SF90 XX, which is a more hardcore take on the regular SF90 Stradale and Spider, is a road-legal supercar.
Shown to the world at the end of June, the Ferrari SF90 XX is offered in two body styles, coupe and roadster, featuring a revised exterior design that significantly improves the downforce. It is also a bit lighter compared to the more mainstream version and boasts more power.

Thanks to the upgraded combustion chamber and new pistons, as well as the polished inlet and exhaust tracts, the V8 now produces 786 hp (797 ps/586 kW), up from 769 hp (780 ps/574 kW). The three electric motors, two at the front and one at the rear, have become slightly punchier too, and the total output has gone up by 30 hp (30 ps/22 kW) to 1,016 hp (1,030 ps/758 kW). Regardless of the body style, the SF90 XX needs 2.3 seconds to hit 62 mph (100 kph), a two-tenth improvement, and it tops out at 199 mph (320 kph). The 7.9 kWh battery pack carries over from the regular SF90, enabling a 16-mile (25-km) electric range.

Production of the new SF90 XX Stradale is capped at 799 units, and the SF90 XX Spider will be even rarer, with only 599 copies seeing the light of day. The fixed-roof model starts at €770,000 (equal to $847,316) on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, and the open-top variant kicks off from €850,000 ($935,349). But even if you can afford to cough out that many Benjamins for either of the two (or perhaps both), you won't be able to buy one, as all build slots have been reserved. We expect some of them to end up for grabs on the used car market soon, so that would be your best chance to grab one.

Now, selling out the entire production lot hasn't stopped Ferrari from launching the online configurator for the new XX Stradale and Spider models. The tool allows web surfers to configure their ideal copy, starting with the exterior color, livery, and wheel design and going through the cabin with its dedicated upholstery choices and options and the limited available equipment. Our build comes with a Rosso Corsa exterior paint finish, black trim, carbon wheels, and red brake calipers, and features a few red touches in the cabin. We went for a set of optional seats, gave it a bit more carbon fiber, SF90 XX-branded floor mats, a fire extinguisher, and a special plaque between the seats, and called it a day.

You can see images of our build in the gallery above, and while you're at it, you should configure your own (links available here and here) and show it to us in the comments section below.
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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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