This is how we'd spec ours, if only we were so fortunate. How about you?
Ferrari isn't limiting production of the SF90 Stradale in the same way as it did with LaFerrari, the Enzo, or any of their precursors. That still doesn't mean most of us will actually be able to buy one, principally for lack of means. But we can dream. In technicolor. And dream we have with the new online configuration tool that Maranello has now launched for its new flagship hypercar.
For those who missed the news, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the Prancing Horse marque's first production, road-going plug-in hybrid, and the new top of its lineup.
Instead of a V12 like its immediate predecessors, the SF90 packs a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, derived from the one used in the F8 Tributo and Portofino, but augmented by a trio of electric motors to deliver a combined output of 986 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. That's said to be enough to propel the plug-in hybrid to a top speed of 211 miles per hour, passing 62 along the way in just 2.5 seconds, and 124 in only 6.7. And it was clocked around Ferrari's Fiorano test track in just 1:19 – quicker than any other road-going Prancing Horse to date.
Those are some impressive figures, to be sure. But our minds are more focused today on the aesthetic. Namely, how we'd configure ours, were we so fortunate as to be able to actually acquire one of our own.
As tempted as we'd be by the Assetto Fiorano package, with its sportier suspension, semi-slick tires, and lighter-weight aero components, we're not feeling the racing stripes at the moment. So for the visuals alone, we've gone with a solid Grigio Alloy, black roof, matte grey wheels, black ceramic pipes, a smattering of carbon-fiber elements, and saved the Rosso for the brake calipers and interior. How would you spec yours?
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