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Rent Ferrari SF90 Stradale in Europe
The SF90 Stradale is an astonishing machine. Its styling and powertrain are radical departures that may challenge Ferrari purists, and the all-new infotainment system can be fiddly to navigate, but these are minor niggles.
Never before has a 1,000bhp car possessed the capacity to flatter inexperienced hands as readily as it offers a challenge to the expert driver. The intensity and accessibility of the SF90’s performance are mind-blowing.
It’s a brilliantly resolved driver’s car that brings dazzling technology and hypercar performance to an entirely new price point.
SF90 Stradale Performance
For the first time in decades, Ferrari has introduced an all-new car. That's right, the SF90 Stradale isn't a successor to the hybrid LaFerrari, nor is it a spin-off from the stellar F8 Tributo. Instead, it's an all-new
mid-engined plug-in hybrid GT supercar that finds itself on the same top shelf as the 812 Superfast, despite completely overshadowing it in terms of sheer performance. Combining three electric motors and a 769-hp twin-turbo V8,
the mid-engined SF90 Stradale - a name that honors the 90th anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari racing department that led to the founding of the road car division - develops a combined 986 hp, driving all four wheels and
channeling power through an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. It gets a 15.5-mile all-electric range and performance bragging rights like 0-124 mph in under seven seconds.
SF90 Stradale Interior
The SF90 Stradale has made the bold engineering leap from analog to digital, not just in terms of its powertrain, but in terms of interior design as well - eschewing the standard analog gauges in favor of a newly-developed
digital instrument cluster on a fully-configurable 16-inch curved screen that doubles for infotainment duties, too. It takes pride of place in a cabin filled with swooping lines, a newly designed, touch-sensitive steering wheel,
push-button gear selectors styled to look like an H-pattern manual 'box of old, and supportive bucket seats upholstered in supple leather. The digital integration is furthered by a head-up display, which aids in reducing the
amount of time a driver will spend looking anywhere but the road ahead by 36% - according to Ferrari. The materials are, as you'd expect, luxurious and exotic in equal measure, with leather, Alcantara, and carbon fiber the order
of the day, but the design and overall feel is undeniably Ferrari. Modern Ferraris are many things, but traditionally, all-wheel-drive isn't one of those. The last modern Ferrari to boast all-wheel capability was the four-seater GTC4Lusso,
but the SF90 Stradale - while placed on a similar pedestal from a price and GT-emphasis perspective - doesn't have the luxury of extra seats. Instead, you get two seats in a low-slung cabin, which means ingress and egress are
somewhat ungraceful affairs best reserved for parking spaces with plenty of real estate to swing open the long doors. In typical mid-engine fashion, rearward visibility is hampered by the power plant allowing for a mere slit of
a rear windscreen, while the forward lines of sight are crystal clear. The large glasshouse makes the cabin feel bright and airy, while broad haunches fill the wing mirrors, never letting you forget that this is a performance
machine first and foremost.
SF90 Stradale Specs:
- Engine: 4.0 L V8- Max Power: 986 bhp @ 8000rpm- Max Torque: 800 Nm @ 6000 rpm- Seating Capacity: 4- Transmission: Automatic- Boot Space: 74 liters- Fuel Tank Capacity: 68 liters- Fuel Type: Petrol/Electric
- Body Type: Coupe
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