As the first standard-production plug-in hybrid Cavallino Rampante Spider, the SF90 Spider sets new performance and innovation benchmarks. Not only for the brand's product range, but for the entire sports car sector. Ferrari's cutting-edge technology, combined with the thrill of open-top driving. The retractable hardtop is so compact, simple and lightweight that it can be operated in just 14 seconds and can also be deployed while the car is moving, up to a speed of 45 km/h. The key to the success of the Ferrari RHT (retractable hardtop), which debuted on the 458 Spider in 2011 and has been constantly refined since then, is that instead of taking up 150 - 200 liters of a conventional system, it only takes up 100 liters of space. The use of aluminum makes it around 40 kg lighter than a conventional retractable hardtop. The electrically adjustable rear window provides, even at high speed, well-deserved comfort. When closed, optimal noise insulation and protection from the elements are guaranteed.CONTACT CONFIGURATOR
The synergy between the combustion engine and the electric motors brings maximum power of 1'000 hp to the road. As a result, the SF90 Spider is the undisputed leader not only in its category but also in the Maranello model range. With its dry weight of 1'670 kg, it is from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds and travels up to a top speed of 340 km/h. In city traffic or other situations, the noise of the Ferrari V8 can be avoided by switching to eDrive. With a fully charged battery (capacity 7.9 kWh), the range is up to 25 km and this at a speed of 135 km/h. In the redesign of the exhaust system, the highest attention has been paid to the sound quality through the "Hot Tube System", because the soundtrack is one of the determining factors for the overwhelming pleasure of driving a Ferrari.ri.
The design of the exterior shapes of the SF90 Spider was inspired by the same principle as the SF90 Stradale: To create a futuristic, innovative design that communicates both the racing background of the car and the concept of the production supercar. The window area and roof feature stylistic solutions of the coupe that reduce drag and emphasize its fiery temperament without compromising onboard comfort. The cockpit has been moved forward, the roof is 20 mm lower, the A-pillars are slimmer and the windshield is more inclined. The front of the car is dominated by a very pronounced profile that underlines its extremely aggressive character. The three air intakes in this area cool the electric motors (front) and the combustion engine (side). The low rear of the car is dominated by tall exhaust pipes, the result of an optimization of the exhaust layout. Longer illuminated rings make the taillights appear horizontal: A radical departure from the iconic round shape normally used on Ferrari's mid-rear-engine Berlinettas.
1'000 HP (736 kW) at 7'500 RPM
2.5 SEC 0-100 km/h