Ferrari recently introduced its second production model equipped with hybrid powertrain, the SF90 Stradale. The luxury sports car is home to a better-performing engine from previous versions and works with three other electric propellers capable of generating an additional 220 horsepower. One of the electric ones is similar to that used by Formula 1 cars!
The "machine", which has the aerodynamics as a highlight, does from zero to 100 km / h in 2.5 seconds and has a top speed of 340 km / h. Another novelty is the stability control, which monitors the torque distribution for the wheels in all situations. State-of-the-art electronic traction control and brakes that regenerates energy during braking.
The SF90 Stradale takes the name of the Formula 1 car from the Italian team. The number 90 is a celebration to the 90 years of Scuderia Ferrari. Visually, the hybrid has sought inspiration in the F8 Tribute model and perhaps because of that it has smoother lines than other models of the automaker.
Above, the highlight goes to the antenna imbedded in the black ceiling, and to the traditional glass cover where the engine is seen. Behind, is an optical assembly with four LED flashlights with symmetrical shapes and two huge exhaust outlets, just above the logo with the supersport's name. The price of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale has not yet been disclosed, but the expectation is that the figures reach close to R $ 2.7 million, without taxes of course!