Ferrari is not only working hard to retain and maintain its esteemed super standing in supercar class but also riding with the tide of the moment and that of the future. It is getting ready for the bright future that is promised through epic technologies and specifically electric cars.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a special car for the Italian maker in a number of ways; first, it is the company’s first plug-in hybrid that is slated to go mainstream. In addition, it becomes the first car after the F40 to carry a V-8 engine under the hood. In consideration of this, this car will ultimately be among Ferrari’s highly heralded machines in modern times.
The drivetrain energizing the Stradale is a modified twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 engine that will exhale 769 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. It gets juicer when the electric motors get down to work. When these motors come in play, they add another 217 hp.
There are three motors, with each front wheel getting one while the other one is placed between the engine and the gearbox. The battery giving the hybrid power is a 7.9 kWh lithium-ion stacked right behind the passenger compartment.
It sits across the width of the chassis and gives the Stradale some 15.5 miles in electric-only mode. With battery power alone, the gifted Stradale can hit 84 mph.
From a certain point of view, it is clear that Ferrari gave the Stradale a deep and well-calculated thought before granting it some awesomely beautiful features.
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