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The New Ferrari SF90 Stradale
The car’s name encapsulates the true significance of all that has been achieved in terms of performance. The reference to the 90th anniversary of the foundation of Scuderia Ferrari underscores the strong link that has always existed between Ferrari’s track and road cars. A brilliant encapsulation of the most advanced technologies developed in Maranello, the SF90 Stradale is also the perfect demonstration of how Ferrari immediately transitions the knowledge and skills it acquires in competition to its production cars.

EXTERIOR

Completely Revisited Proportions
The SF90 Stradale is the most advanced car in the range from a point of view of performance and technology. The definition of the exterior styling was inspired by that principle: to create a forward-looking, innovative design that transmits the car's mission as an extreme sports car - Ferrari's first series production supercar.
The first Ferrari sports car to be equipped with 4WD
The exceptional work done to boost the power unit's power would have all been in vain without in-depth dynamics research and the development of a whole series of solutions to boost the SF90 Stradale's lap times, whilst simultaneously guaranteeing that drivers of all kinds could make full use of the car's potential and have fun behind the wheel.
Aeronautical Cockpit
Combined with a more curved windshield, slender A-posts and a wide track, this creates a beautifully proportioned car with sleeker volumes. The compact bubble-shaped cabin has an aeronautical cockpit feel and the fact that it has been shifted so far forward is further emphasised by the geometry of the two body-coloured rear flying buttresses that enclose the rear.
Vortex Generator
The front bumper is divided into two sections that have specific wing functions. Between the upper section and the bonnet is a pronounced indent that locally compresses the flow. This feature, together with the two diffusers ahead of the front wheels, contributes to generating downforce over the front axle.
Tail lights
The tail lights have also evolved quite radically from Ferrari’s iconic round shape. The eye-catching, more horizontal luminous rings create a more horizontal perception of the tail lights which in turn visually lowers the height of the tail.
Forged Wheels
Specific aerodynamic research went into the geometry of the forged wheels which are made using a construction technology that allows greater freedom when it comes to aerodynamic solutions. The specific geometry of the wheels incorporate radial elements on the outer channel which are equally spaced between the spokes and designed to act as wing profiles.
Headlights
Another signature solution is the headlights which hail a move away from the L-shaped look, to a slender slit design integrated with the brake air intakes resulting in a characteristic C-shape which lends the front of the car an original and futuristic appeal. In an absolute first for a Ferrari, the SF90 Stradale uses matrix LED headlight technology to improve visibility in all driving conditions thanks to active beam control.
Shut-off Gurney
The end section of the engine cover features a suspended wing divided in two sections: one fixed, which incorporates the third brake light, and one mobile with a wedge-shaped front area. The latter has been dubbed the shut-off Gurney, a patented active system located at the rear of the car which regulates the air flow over the upper body, reducing drag at high speeds with low lateral dynamics loads and increasing downforce in corners, under braking and during changes of direction.

INTERIOR

A futuristic approach to the interface
while the SF90 Stradale's exterior was crafted to underscore its seamless combining of form, technology and performance, the interior is even more radical. The very explicit aim there was to create a cockpit that ushered in an entirely new design direction, the effects of which would carry over into Ferrari's entire future range.
Eyes on the roads, hands on the wheel
The designers took a futuristic approach to the interface concept with a strong focus on creating a wraparound aeronautically-inspired cockpit with a particular emphasis on instruments. This further emphasis and underscored the symbiotic relationship between car and driver. In fact, the SF90 Stradale makes an epoch-changing leap forward both in formal and content terms, updating the Human Machine Interface with all-digital technology.
Past and present skilfully merge
Alongside the new-concept HMI, another major theme tackled in the cabin was the tunnel area interface. The F1 controls on the "bridge" are probably the most iconic of the Ferraris of recent generations. These have been completely redesigned and set into a modern metal plate which references an equally iconic feature from the past: the classic gear level gate.
Central instrument cluster
In the first for a Ferrari, The central instrument cluster comprises a single 16" digital HD screen which curves towards the driver to make it easier to read and to emphasise the F1-style wrap-around cockpit effect. This is the first time this type of screen has been adopted in a production car.
New touch controls
The "hands-on-the-wheel" philosophy has consistently driven the development of the human-machine interface in every Ferrari F1 car and its subsequent gradual transfer to its road-going sports cars.Of the new touch controls, the compact but functional pad on the right-hand spoke allows the driver to navigate The Central cluster screens, while voice and cruise controls are on the left-hand spoke.
eManettino
Thanks to an additional steering wheel-mounted selector, dubbed the eManettino (analogous to the Manettino which is used to set the electronic vehicle dynamics modes), the driver can choose from four different power unit management modes. The control logic optimally manages the power flows either with the emphasis on efficiency or performance depending on the user profile selected by the driver.

PERFORMANCE

The First Hybrid
The SF90 Stradale has a 90° V8 turbo engine capable of delivering 780 bhp, the highest power output of any 8-cylinder in Ferrari History. The remaining 217 bhp is delivered by three electric motors, one located between the engine and the new 8-speed dual-clutch transmission on the rear axle, and two on the front axle.
eDrive
The SF90 Stradale is equipped with three electric motors capable of generating a total of 217 bhp. A high performance Li-ion battery provides power to all three motors and guarantees a 25-kilometre range in all-electric eDrive mode, using just the front axle.
Hybrid
This is the default setting when the car is turned on, in which the power flows are managed to optimise the overall efficiency of the system. The control logic autonomously decides whether to keep the internal combustion engine running or turn it off. If it is on, the internal combustion engine can run at maximum power thus guaranteeing powerful performance whenever the deriver requires.
Performance
Unlike 'Hybrid', this mode keeps the ICE running because the priority is more on charging the battery than on efficiency. This guarantees that power is instantly and fully available when required. This mode is best suited to situations in which driving pleasure and fun behind the wheel are the main focus.
Qualify
The internal combustion engine and electric motors work in synergy to generate an incredible 986 bhp, which puts the SF90 Stradale at the very top of the range in performance terms. This mode allows the system to achieve maximum power output by allowing the electric motors to work at their maximum potential (217 bhp). The control logic prioritises performance over battery charging.

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WARRANTY & SERVICE

Warranty & Maintenance
Drive with peace of mind, knowing that The New Ferrari SF90 Stradale, purchased from Cars and Coffee Singapore is covered for 3 years or 100,000 km, whichever comes first, by our In-House Workshop (Cars and Coffee Service Centre).
24/7 Roadside Assistance
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