The Ferrari SF90 Spider allows you to enjoy its 1,000 electrified horses in the open air.
After winter comes spring, after the rain comes the good weather, after the coupe comes the Spider at Ferrari. The SF90 Spider, in this case, is a discoverable version of the SF90 Stradale, now unveiled by the Maranello-based manufacturer.
The latest version of the rearing horsepower takes up the rechargeable hybrid engine of the coupe, namely a twin-turbo V8 and three electric motors that together provide 1,000 hp, 900Nm of torque and all-wheel drive.
Like the F8 Spider and its predecessors, the SF90 Spider features a hardtop, here in aluminum, that opens and closes electrically. The operation takes 14s and can be done while driving at low speed. The roadster weighs 100kg more than the coupe with 1,670kg announced dry in the lightest configuration.
A few adaptations of rigor
Although the SF90 Spider has a silhouette very similar to that of the coupe when the top is closed, its rear end has been redesigned. In particular, the engine cooling system has been redesigned, resulting in the appearance of new transverse air intakes. In addition, a two-part spoiler, one of which is mobile, allows the air flow to be managed in a choice of two configurations: low drag and high support. Unlike the F8, the Spider version of the SF90 retains a transparent rear hood that allows the V8 engine to be admired.
Like the coupe, the SF90 Spider can optionally receive the Assetto Fiorano pack designed for track use with carbon fiber or titanium lightening elements (-21kg), dedicated rear spoiler, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires and two-tone delivery. Thus equipped, the SF90 Spider benefits from an aerodynamic support of 390kg at 250 km/h,
which is as much as the SF90 Stradale. In terms of acceleration, Ferrari announces 2.5s to go from 0 to 100 km/h, like the coupe, while the 0 to 200 km/h time lag is only 0.3s with 7s announced.
The French price of the Ferrari SF90 Spider has not yet been announced. The model with a fixed roof asking 443.513€ in France, the price of the newcomer could flirt with the 500.000€.
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