Italian luxury carmaker Ferrari has recently showcased two exclusive versions of its SF90 supercar: the SF90 XX Stradale Coupe and Spider Eye Convertible.
Both models bear the XX Experimental tag, a designation traditionally reserved for ultra-high-performance track-only vehicles.
The eagerly awaited debut of these road-legal cars marks a significant milestone, as they are the first road-legal Ferraris since the iconic F50 of the 1990s.
The SF90 XX Stradale will be produced in a limited run of just 799 units, while the SF90 XX Spyder will be even more exclusive, with only 399 units available.
These XX editions feature distinct design elements, including a unique front fascia with vented fenders, elongated light strips, and fixed rear wings, which contribute to their striking appearance.
Thanks to its exceptional aerodynamic design, air is skillfully channeled through the car’s upper and lower ducts.
The enhanced downforce, coupled with the active wing, provides significantly improved rear-wing downforce compared to the standard SF90 model.
The SF90 XX is equipped with a 4.0-liter, triple-motor hybrid VS engine, delivering a power boost of 30 HP.
The total output of the powertrain has been increased from 956 HP to an impressive 1016 HP. Additionally,
the SF90 XX benefits from an extra boost system inspired by Ferrari’s Formula 1 program, incorporating electric motors.
As a result, the SF90 XX accelerates from 0 to 100 kmph in a mere 2.3 seconds and reaches double that speed in just 4.2 seconds.
Sold Out to Ferrari Enthusiasts
These exceptional offerings, the SF90 XX Stradale and SF90 XX Spyder, embody the epitome of performance and exclusive design that the SF90 is renowned for.
Reports suggest that all units of both models have already been sold to dedicated Ferrari customers.
The starting price for the Stradale Coupe is €770,000 (approximately Rs. 6.00 crore), while the Spyder variant starts at around €30,000 (approximately Rs. 7.61 crore).
Rivalry with the Lamborghini Aventador
The latest Ferrari models will undoubtedly rival the Lamborghini Aventador, which features a 6.2-liter V12 petrol engine.
The Aventador starts at a price of Rs. 5.10 crore.