Bad afternoon in Ventimiglia, in the province of Imperia for one Ferrari SF90 Stradale Assetto Fiorano unfortunate protagonist of an accident that caused various damages to the Prancing Horse plug-in hybrid supercar. What happened to electrified racing car from Maranello it is not yet completely clear but as can be seen from the photos published on the web, the SF90 Stradale in its sportier version has reported several dents, with some damage that seems to be quite serious.
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It is not clear how the accident occurred but it is likely that those who were driving lost control, ending up against the guards on the sides of the road. The result is several dents on the driver’s side, with the bodywork visibly damaged and the rear wheel appearing to be off axis. This Ferrari SF90 Stradale will undoubtedly need the care of an experienced coachbuilder and mechanic to be able to get back on the road. Then there is no news about the occupants and the driver even if it seems that no person was injured in the accident.
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The SF90 is a 1,000hp plug-in hybrid overall, the result of the 780 hp at 7500 rpm developed by the 4-liter twin-turbo V8 internal combustion engine and the 220 hp delivered by the three electric motors that complete the powertrain. The performances speak of an ability to shoot from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.5 seconds, from 0 to 200 km / h in 6.5 seconds and to reach a top speed of 340 km / h. The package of changes provided by the Assetto Fiorano involves a weight saving of 30 kg, obtained through the optimization of aerodynamics and above all the use of carbon fiber and titanium. The rear spoiler is more pronounced than the traditional version, with a specific set of dedicated tires and suspensions. A real beast eats asphalt, capable of completing the lap on the Fiorano circuit in only 1’19 ″ 00.