Ferrari unveiled a new instant collectible variant of its SF90 supercar. This new limited edition model wears the brand’s infamous XX moniker reserved for highest-performing track-only models. However, being the first street-legal double-X supercar makes the Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale a special breed.
Ferrari claims the SF90 XX performance makes it 0.2 seconds faster going from zero to 60 than the standard model. If true, that puts this hybrid supercar in the mind-boggling one-second zero to 60 club.
Other modifications include an integrated large rear wing that requires adjustments to the back end, giving the car a longer silhouette. Downforce has been increased with claims of 1,168 pounds pushing the car to the road at 155 mph, and an active rear spoiler redesigned to work in tandem with the fixed wing to switch between low-drag and high-downforce positions.
The hood of the Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale features two nostrils that let air pass through the front radiators. Hot air is channeled over the roof, allowing cooler air to flow around the cockpit into the large side apertures to fan the V8 engine. Ferrari engineers also flipped the radiators used to cool the electrical components upside down to create a flush underbody.
This car was built to be equal parts grand tourer and race car. Ferrari announced that 799 SF90 XX Stradale coupes and 599 SF90 XX Spiders are being built. If you want to get your hands on one, you’re too late. They’ve all been sold. However, vehicles like these have a habit of showing up at collector car auctions, so have a little patience.
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