The Ferrari SF90 Stradale takes pride of place as a new top-of-the-line model and the first all-new model in some time from the Italian manufacturer. It’s also the first series-production hybrid from the marque, but despite 986 hp on tap from a hybrid powertrain, it isn’t the replacement for the venerable LaFerrari. That power output comes from the most potent V8 in Ferrari’s road-going history, with 4.0 liters of displacement and two turbos developing 769 hp, paired to an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Three electric motors add more of everything, including drive to the front axle, making the SF90 an all-wheel-drive machine with a 15.5-mile electric range. Style can be found in abundance here, as can a host of new technologies, not least of which is the first-ever digital instrument cluster in a Ferrari, electric power-assisted steering for the first time, and new haptic touch-sensitive controls for most functionality. As a tribute to the 90th anniversary of Scuderia Ferrari - the racing team Enzo started for Alfa Romeo - the SF90 Stradale is something remarkable.