The SF90 could be the most important new Ferrari released in the last decade. This is not only the first hybrid Ferrari in the world with a plug-in module, but actually the most powerful serial car of the brand in history. Cars were sold out a few days after the official debut, and the supercar manufacturer is currently actively collecting customer copies. Nothing special, but today we have the opportunity to look behind the scenes and look at the complete assembly process of the legendary model.
A new 10-minute video released by Ferrari on the official YouTube channel covers hybrid supercar production processes. This is not a purely engineering video with people talking about cars and robots used on assembly lines, but rather a short trip through the factory in Maranello.
The first Ferrari PHEV uses a combination of a 4.0-liter V8 internal combustion engine and three electric motors – one for each front wheel and one between the engine and transmission. The peak power of the system is estimated at 986 horsepower and 800 Nm, which allows the SF90 Stradale to exchange the first hundred in just 2.5 seconds. The maximum speed is 340 km / h.