The new hybrid high-performer from Ferrari is the SF90 Stradale. The car is still under development and recently a car-spotter managed to snag a video of the car testing a Fiorano. The famous test track is one of the proving grounds for cars like the SF90 Stradale, so it’s cool to see it here.
There were actually two different Stradales at the racetrack testing. The car looks like it can handle the twists and turns easily. You can hear the hybrid powertrain doing its thing, too. The powertrain includes two front-mounted electric motors, which are obviously not heard here, but what you can hear is the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that’s rear mid-mounted and powers the rear wheels.
Combined, the electric motors and the engine make a whopping 987 hp and 885 lb-ft of torque. The electric motors account for 109 hp of that equation. All told, the car can make a 0-60 mph time of 2.5 seconds. The top speed is 211 mph.
Both cars in the video feature a camo wrap helping to obscure them visually. We found this interesting due to the fact that Ferrari has already shown the car. However, these are test cars and not production models, so it does make sense that these would feature the camo wrap. You can watch the full video below posted by the YouTube channel Belgian-Motorsport.