The supercar with retractable hardtop is set to deliver unparalleled en plein air exhilaration
Not only it is the Prancing Horse’s first plug-in hybrid spider, but the SF90 Spider also sets new benchmarks for performance, innovation, and the thrill of driving for the entire sports car sector.
The SF90 Spider’s plug-in hybrid system guarantees performance levels unmatched by any other production spider
The new convertible has the same extreme supercar specification and record-breaking performance as the SF90 Stradale. However, it adds further excitement and versatility to the mix, thanks to Ferrari’s signature Retractable Hard Top architecture that first debuted in 2011. The SF90 Spider thus represents a new interpretation of the supercar concept. Ideal for owners that demand the very pinnacle of Ferrari technology but still want to experience the joy of open-top driving.
The SF90 Spider’s plug-in hybrid system guarantees performance levels unmatched by any other production spider. The car’s 780 cv turbo-charged V8 is augmented by three electric motors, one at the rear and two on the front axle, bringing its maximum power output to a staggering 1,000 cv. This state-of-the-art system does not complicate the driving experience in any way as a sophisticated control logic autonomously monitors and adjusts power flows to suit the conditions of use. All the driver has to do is to select one of the power unit modes (eDrive, Hybrid, Performance, and Qualify) on the brand-new eManettino for a wonderfully exhilarating experience behind the wheel. Like the SF90 Stradale, the SF90 Spider also has AWD, which has raised the bar for standing starts to unparalleled new speeds: 0-100 km/h in 2.5 s and 0-200 km/h in 7.0 s.
Like all Prancing Horse spiders, the SF90 Spider sports an aluminum RHT that guarantees optimal noise insulation and protection from the elements and provides exceptional occupant space and comfort. While, the track-derived “eyes on the road, hands on the steering wheel” philosophy drove the ergonomics and styling of the interior. This resulted in an innovative new HMI concept that includes a new steering wheel with a touchpad that allows drivers to control virtually every aspect of the car without moving their hands. The central instrument cluster is now entirely digital with a 16” curved HD screen, which can be fully configured and controlled using the controls on the steering wheel.
Ilona Catani Scarlett