Ferrari showed the whole process of assembling the most powerful supercar

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Ferrari showed the whole process of assembling the most powerful supercar

Ferrari company has published a 10 minute video that shows the complete build process of the hybrid supercar SF90 Stradale. The flagship model is the most powerful road car in the history of the Italian brand.

SF90 coupe, introduced in may 2019, has become the first mass model of the Ferrari that received a hybrid power plant. Unlike the LaFerrari hypercar, which used a 6.2-liter V12 powerplant SF90 Stradale is built on the basis of the four-liter V8 with two turbines, developing 780 HP and 800 N·m of torque.

The engine works together with three electric motors, one of which is mounted between the petrol V8 and vosmidiapazonnym “robot” with two clutches. The other two electric motors located on the front axle and are designed to drive the front wheels.

In sum, the motors are powered by a set of lithium-ion batteries is 7.9 kWh, develop 220 horsepower. The total output of hybrid installation made up of 1,000 HP and 800 Newton meters. SF90 Ferrari Stradale accelerates from zero to “hundred” for 2,5 s, and acceleration to 200 km/h takes 6.7 seconds. The car’s top speed was 340 miles per hour.

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