That didn't take long.
Last week, Ferrari lifted the wraps off the hybrid SF90 Stradale as the most powerful road-going Prancing Horse in history. The specifications are mind-melting.
Power is provided by a turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine and three electric motors that produce a combined output of 986 horsepower. This setup enables the hybrid supercar to do the 0-62 mph sprint in just 2.6 seconds, reach 125 mph in just 6.7 seconds, and top out at 211 mph. All that power is sent to all four wheels through an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Best of all, future Ferraris could also adopt the SF90 Stradale's incredible hybrid tech.
What we still don't know, however, is the price. Being Ferrari's new flagship supercar, the SF90 Stradale will cost considerably more than 812 Superfast, which starts at $363,730. Less than a week after the reveal, someone is already selling a build slot for the Ferrari SF90 Stradale if you want to jump ahead of the queue.
Listed on Mobile by a used car dealer in Southern Germany, the build slot will set you back €1,309,000 including tax. That's $1,466,310 according to current exchange rates, which is around the same price as Ferrari's last hybrid supercar, the LaFerrari, sold for when it was new back in 2013. According to the listing, the SF90 Stradale will be delivered in Q1 2020 and can still be configured with any desired color or extra features.
Of course, the legality of this build slot for sale is questionable. Early adopters who have flipped highly sought-after supercars for a profit have faced legal trouble in the past – just ask John Cena. If you happen to have a spare $1.4 million lying around, we would advise checking with Ferrari to make sure the sale is legit. Just don't be surprised if Ferrari gets the listing taken down.