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Ferrari SF90 Stradale

The Italian brand’s first Plug-in hybrid.

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Ferrari has unveiled its first Plug-in hybrid car, the SF90 Stradale, which promises to be an intermediary between the traditional fuel and the electric future. The model of the Italian manufacturer has a V8 turbo engine and three electric motors. In terms of power, the 1000 HP allows it to go from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds, and its maximum speed is 340 km/h. The three electric motors, which generate part of its power (220 HP), are powered by a relatively small battery of 7, 9kWh and its 25 km  of autonomy in electric mode are limited to 135 km/h. Even though the LaFerrari model launched in 2013, had already electric motors, it was ‘just’ a hybrid. The main difference between a hybrid and a plug-in hybrid is that in the latter the driver may choose whether to circulate with fuel or electricity. That's one of the advantages of SF90 Stradale in relation to the LaFerrari, whose electric motor operated as a support to the combustion engine. 
Ferrari hasn't revealed prices or release dates for this new template yet, but this is surely the most powerful and with the best acceleration ever. Furhtermore, it is known that there won't be production limits.

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