Happens… The fastest Ferrari smashed on a concrete fence

Happens… The fastest Ferrari smashed on a concrete fence


The most powerful and expensive road car in the current Ferrari lineup – a 1000-horsepower hybrid SF90 Stradale with the Assetto Fiorano track package – was crashed in Italy. Judging by the photos of the hypercar that appeared on Instagram, it crashed into a concrete fence with its left side. However, this was probably preceded by another collision: on the right you can see a broken rear-view mirror and large cracks in the windshield.

The accident occurred near the city of Ventimiglia in northwestern Italy. As a result of the collision, the front bumper on the driver’s side was damaged at the SF90 Stradale, the fender was crumpled and the headlight flew out. In addition, many scratches are visible on the body, and both left wheels are turned out at an unnatural angle – apparently, the suspension has suffered too.

It is not reported what caused the accident and whether there are victims. The wrecked hypercar was a press car, as suggested on its YouTube channel by a user named Varryx, which was a press car, as evidenced by the special license plates that Ferrari usually uses for such cars.

The crashed SF90 Stradale is equipped with the Assetto Fiorano track package, which reduces the weight of the car by 30 kilograms. It includes racing Multimatic shocks and titanium springs, carbon fiber doors, floor and rims, and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2 tires.

At the heart of the power plant of the hypercar is an upgraded four-liter V8 biturbo engine producing 780 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque. It works in tandem with three electric motors adding another 220 power. According to the “passport” SF90 Stradale reaches the first “hundred” in 2.5 seconds. The hybrid accelerates to 200 kilometers per hour in 6.7 seconds and has a top speed of 340 kilometers per hour.

This is not the first Ferrari SF90 Stradale to be beaten this year. In April, in Houston, Texas, a train and a truck collided on a railroad track carrying rare supercars, including a superhybrid from Maranello.

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