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chitchatboy posted a blog entry in MyAutoBlogFerrari wants to change its range of models to push itself into new segments of the market like its latest offering, the SF90 Stradale. You could say that throughout the years, Ferrari had a rather predictable family of models and would simply update these models without venturing into different niches. While this isn't necessary a bad thing considering how successful it has been so far, Ferrari wants to break the mold and be a lot less foreseeable. “What we are trying to do is become a lot less predictable. We are currently working to redesign our products of the future,” Ferrari's Commercial and Marketing Chief Enrico Galliera revealed in an interview with Autocar. “For example, the [recently revealed] SF90 Stradale is not a car that was in our product range previously. It’s a completely new car, new technology, a new segment. It is what we are calling a ‘range supercar’. It’s not a LaFerrari. But it does supercar performance – and is available to a wider range of customers." Ferrari has previously confirmed that it will reveal five new models this year with the F8 Tributo and SF90 Stradale being part of the five.
kobayashiGT posted a topic in Conti TalkFerrari SF90 Stradale is a 986-horsepower plug-in hybrid sources: https://www.autoblog.com/2019/05/29/ferrari-sf90-stradale-official/ The most powerful road-going Ferrari car – ever The Ferrari SF90 Stradale has just been revealed, and the most important thing to know is that it's Ferrari's most powerful production car yet with 986 horsepower. The next most important thing to know is that it's a plug-in hybrid with a turbocharged V8. The powertrain features Ferrari's most powerful V8 yet making 769 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque on its own. It also has three electric motors with two at the front and one in the back, and combined they can provide up to 217 horsepower. This also means that the SF90 Stradale is all-wheel-drive. Getting power from the internal combustion powertrain to the wheels is an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission that shifts 100 milliseconds faster than the transmission in the 488 Pista, but it also weighs about 22 pounds less than Ferrari's existing 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. This is due in part to not needing a reverse gear, since reverse is handled by the front motors. In total, the SF90 weighs in at 3,461 pounds. And at 155 mph, the aerodynamics add 860 pounds of downforce. When everything is deployed on pavement, it hits 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds. And for Ferraristi, it lapped the Fiorano test track in 1 minute and 19 seconds. Of course being a plug-in hybrid, it does have a full electric range. It's a bit short at 15.5 miles. Then again, this isn't entirely about fuel economy; the electric motors allows for torque vectoring, and provide extra traction on launch and help fill in any throttle lag from the gas engine. The interior is high-tech, too. The instrument cluster is a huge 16-inch display. The steering wheel now features touch pads for controlling the instrument cluster, too.
http://www.supercars.net/PicFetch?pic=2003_ferrari_360_challenge_stradale-1.jpg http://www.supercars.net/PicFetch?pic=2003_ferrari_360_challenge_stradale-2.jpg http://www.supercars.net/PicFetch?pic=2003_ferrari_360_challenge_stradale-3.jpg The new Ferrari, which will be unveiled at the Geneva Motorshow in March, will be called the 'Challenge Stradale'. It joins the 360 Modena and the 360 Spider in the Ferrari 8 cylinder range of road cars. The Challenge Stradale derives from the latest interpretation of the pure Ferrari tradition of making road cars directly derived from the race cars. With the Challenge Stradale the racing expertise comes from the Ferrari Challenge International Championships and the FIA GT races, where the 360 Challenge and 360 GT models are top protagonists, both in Europe and in the United States. The cars strong racing bloodline is plain to see in the considerable weight reduction it boasts, with an all-aluminium chassis and body, carbon discs and an F1-style gearbox. Other weight-saving measures included a strictly racing kit and significant work on the aerodynamics, set-up and braking. The Ferrari Challenge Stradales 3,586 cc V8 engine boasts five valves per cylinder and titanium rods. It punches out a massive 425 bhp too, 25 more than the 360 Modena and the Spider. The colours of the two cars unveiled at Geneva are the new Rosso Scuderia used for the Formula 1 single--seater with paintwork inspired by the client racing cars of the past, and Blue Tour de France which embodies not only of the new models racing heart but also its elegance. Story by Ferrari S.p.A