That the Ferrari SF90 Stradale was a real monster of the road thanks to its 1,000 HP resulting from electrification was no secret but it has now been able to consecrate its position as a lightning-fast supercar thanks to an important record in the special Car and Driver ranking. : the record in the sprint from 0 to 100 km / h for a production car. Previously held by the Porsche 918 Spyder which had completed the sprint in 2.1 seconds, now this important result belongs to the SF90 Stradale which in recent tests conducted at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway by Car and Driver stopped the clock at 2 seconds net.
Ferrari SF90 Stradale, unique in every aspect
During these same tests, the hybrid supercar from Maranello accelerated to 48 km / h in 0.9 seconds, to 160 km / h in 4.4 seconds and covered the 9.5-second quarter mile by touching speed. maximum of 238 km / h), managing to improve the time on the same distance recorded. from the Porsche 918 Spyder. The Bugatti Chiron Sport still holds the C&D quarter-mile record with a sprint of 9.4 seconds at 254 km / h. Importantly, Car and Driver’s 0-100km / h test includes a 1 foot rollout, so SF90 Stradale owners are unlikely to be able to match this time around.
Leclerc will drive the Ferrari SF90 Stradale in Monaco
Secret to the Ferrari SF90 Stradale’s extraordinary speed and acceleration capabilities is its electrified powertrain consisting of the powerful 780 hp V8 combined with three electric motors that together bring the remaining 220 HP for the 1,000 total system power. Two units are located at the front while at the rear there is the third which owes much of its development to Formula 1: it is the Mguk (Motor Generator Unit, Kinetic) which is placed between the gearbox and the 8-cylinder.