Ferrari presents SF90 Spider – the most powerful convertible in the world.
Meet the most powerful series-production convertible in the world. Ferrari’s new SF90 Spider nicks that envious title from its 812 GTS sibling in all its 745kW 900Nm splendour. They call that a thousand horsepower in certain circles.
RECORD BREAKING PERFORMANCE
Based on the SF90 Stradale, Ferrari’s second hybrid convertible follows the 2017 LaFerrari Aperta. It promises the same ‘record-breaking performance’ as its hard top sibling’ with a little ‘extra pleasure and versatility’ to the mix”when. It arrives in the first half of 2021 and costs around R10-million in Italy.
The plug-in all-wheel-drive FSF90 Spider has a 592 kW biturbo petrol 4-litre V8. That’s backed by a pair of electric motors on the front axle and another at the rear to add a 161 kW bonus and muster that combined thousand horses. It can also drive 25km on battery power only
Acceleration matches the Stradale’s mind-bending 2.5 seconds to 100 km/h sprint and the drop-top misses the fixed head car’s 340km/h top end by just a kilometre an hour. The convertible has lapped Ferrari’s Fiorano test track two-tenths of a second quicker than LaFerrari.
SF90 SPIDER HAS A QUICK ROOF TOO
100 kg heavier than the coupe, the 1670kg Spider’s aluminium retractable hard-top sheds 40kg, opens and closes in 14 seconds and needs 50 litres less storage space. The rear windscreen can raise with the roof down to curb buffeting at high speed.
Spider retains Stradale’s forged wheel designs, aero channelling devices up front and shut-off Gurney that changes the shape of the rear spoiler depending on the speed.