The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is currently the most powerful and expensive vehicle the Italian supercar manufacturer produces. Not only is the car mesmerizing to look at, but it is also setting lap records around the world and has even inspired a pair of sneakers, so it's safe to say that the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a desirable piece of machinery. In a recent social media post, we get to see the aftermath of a crash involving one of these beauties in its home country of Italy. We've covered a large number of Ferrari crashes in our time, and it is never pleasant to see one of these automotive artworks destroyed.
The accident, which took place in the area of Ventimiglia, left a Ferrari SF90 Stradale in pieces. Little information is available but from what we can tell, it seems likely that the SF90 made contact with a roadside barrier. The left-hand side of the car is in tatters, and there's a large amount of liquid streaming out the front of the car. The left rear wheel juts out at an uncomfortable angle, almost like a human bone that has pierced the skin. The carefully crafted carbon-fiber wheels are ruined, and the front left fender, headlight, and front end will have to be replaced.
To make this crash even more painful is the fact that this SF90 Stradale was fitted with the optional Assetto Fiorano Package which adds the above-mentioned carbon-fiber wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, a 66-pound weight reduction, Multimatic dampers and titanium springs, a titanium exhaust, and a more aggressive rear wing. The SF90 Stradale is powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine and electric motors with a combined power output of 986 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. The 0-62 mph sprint takes only 2.5 seconds, and a top speed of 211 mph is claimed by Ferrari. Rest in pieces, sweet prince.