Not that Ferrari's flagship hypercar needs any more power.
It's been nearly six months since Ferrari unveiled its most powerful production car ever: the SF90 Stradale. While we've seen plenty of photos of Ferrari's flagship hypercar, there aren't many videos online showing it in action. Luckily, YouTube channel Belgian-Motorsport had a video camera rolling at the Fiorano test track in Italy and managed to capture not one but two Ferrari SF90 Stradales getting a workout.
Curiously, however, both models were covered in camouflage that's normally reserved for pre-production prototypes before a car's official debut. This is peculiar because Ferrari has already lifted the covers off the SF90 Stradale, so we already know exactly what the car looks like.
Of course, Ferrari could be testing SF90 Stradale prototypes to iron out any kinks or tweaking the car's aeros before production starts. Alternatively, we could be looking at an even faster version of the SF90.
On one prototype, the rear spoiler has a curvier shape compared to the standard SF90. It also sounds angrier than the other prototype, so it's possible that Ferrari could be developing a hardcore track-focused version of the SF90 akin to the 488 Pista with improved aerodynamics and more power.
Not that the Ferrari SF90 needs any more power. Ferrari's new flagship is powered by a mid-mounted, 769-hp 4.0-liter V8 and two electric motors producing a combined 986 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to all four wheels through an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Adding even more power to this potent prancing horse would be insane, as this setup rockets the SF90 Stradale from 0-62 mph in 2.6 seconds and 0-125 mph in 6.7 seconds before the hybrid hypercar maxes out at 211 mph. Customer deliveries for the Ferrari SF90 Stradale will start in Q1 2020.