The reveal is imminent!
We've already had our first glimpse of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale with a convertible roof, as, despite Ferrari's best papal-related red-cap disguise tactics, the carmaker's latest test mule's camouflage was somewhat transparent. Now, courtesy of Walter Vayr via Facebook, we have another look at the drop-top hybrid supercar, this time sporting more traditional camo. However, if rumors from the SF90 Stradale forum on Ferrari Chat are to be believed, this may be the last time we see the Spider in this state. That's because certain forum members allege that the reveal of the new model will be taking place on November 12 - just two days from the time of this writing.
This will be the first full series production hybrid convertible from the Italian supercar marque - following in the footsteps of the LaFerrari Aperta, only without production numbers being limited.
As for details, not much will change from the hardtop version of the SF90. As this is a genuine road-going vehicle and not a special one-off like we've seen in the past with cars like the Ferrari F12 TRS, it'll probably feature a power-retractable roof - likely to be a hardtop from the images we've seen. It'll operate in a similar way to the one on the Ferrari F8 Spider, which will likely add a few pounds to the overall weight, but aside from this, little will change from a design perspective.
Likewise, the powertrain won't change. That means you'll get a total of 986 horsepower courtesy of a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and a triple electric motor setup that provides the SF90 Stradale with all-wheel traction and astonishingly quick acceleration with which to tear up the streets of Monaco - 0 to 62 mph takes just 2.5 seconds while 0-124 mph takes only 6.7 secs. The combustion unit on its own is good for 769 hp and 590 lb-ft, and power is dealt through an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Like the coupe, the Spider variant will have an all-electric range of approximately 15.5 miles.