When speaking on performance supercars, Ferrari’s prestigious name isn’t thrown around lightly. Boasting an expansive resume of the world’s most desirable platforms, the Italian manufacturer is a constant variable in the battle between top-end developers — and now, the newly announced SF90 Stradale Hybrid is about to earn the company a few more fans.
Sure, the SF90 Stradale Hybrid Supercar is about as aesthetically pleasing as they come, boasting a beautifully sculpted rear-engine layout and an undeniable aura that exudes Ferrari’s powerful presence. But what makes the new vehicle so special is its monstrous powerplant — a gargantuan turbocharged V8 engine that’s capable of around 986 horsepower — making it the fastest production vehicle the company has ever produced. On top of garnering the title of Ferrari’s most powerful production vehicle, the SF90 Stradale is also a plug-in hybrid, bringing three electric motors (two in the front and one in the rear) into play for the car’s mind-numbing 2.5-second 0-62 benchmark.