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Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Ferrari is revealing their latest developments in electrification with the debut of their most powerful road car to date, the SF90 Stradale. The supercar will be their first series production plug-in hybrid with an electrified V8 that produces 986 hp, allowing for a 0-60 time of 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 211 mph. The engine is accompanied by an all-new 8-speed dual-clutch transmission and it's the first Ferrari to come with all-wheel-drive. It can also travel up to 16 miles on electric power alone. 

Another first is what they're calling RAC-e, which is the first fully electric front axle, which helps control torque distribution. Additional performance innovations include a shut-off Gurney that regulates air flow and helps reduce drag at high speeds and a chassis and bodyshell construction that utilizes multi-material technology to manage the added weight of the car's new hybrid architecture. 

Customers will be able to choose from a standard model and a Assetto Fiorano spec thta features Multimatic shock absorbers, carbon fiber and titanium upgrades that deliver a weight savings of up to 66 lbs, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2 tires.

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