First Ferrari with front-wheel drive – Why not?


With the introduction of the new SF90, the Ferrari has definitely turned a new page into its history and positioned itself as the leader in the implementation of new technologies.

It’s clear to everyone that the V12 has been counted off days, especially since the V8 twin-turbo concept is hostile, even in the world of hyper-sports cars.

At Ferrari, the work completed the 4.0-liter V8 “pearl”, which in the SF90 got a hybrid configuration.

It offers 780 horsepower and a maximum torque of 800 Nm, and when the three electric motors (two in front) are included, the maximum reaches 1.000 horsepower.

However, in this Ferrari, it is particularly interesting that it will drive up to 25 kilometers of power, and then the function will be exclusively on the two front electric motors, which they knew would have a front-drive.

Ferrari then drives like a classic electric car – in silence – at a speed of 135 km / h.

In addition, there are regenerative braking functions and the most interesting – synergistic effect.

In that case, the SF90 is a beast that is rarely able to compete: from 0 to 100 km / h acceleration in 2.5 seconds, and at 200 km / h in 6.7 seconds. The maximum speed then is 340 km / h.

How does the SF90 drive work, see below:


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