The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is one of the fastest cars we have ever driven. Even in an age of all-electric torque monsters, the 986 hp hybrid supercar is able to distort your perception of how fast cars can go, both on the road and on the track. That’s why we were not surprised to hear that the car managed to set a 0-60 time of 2 seconds flat during our sister publication Car and driver test procedures, making it the fastest car at 60 km / h ever tested by the publication.
You can see the race for yourself in the short video published above. After marking the windy 0-60 race, the SF90 Stradale continues to set a 0-1
The SF90 Stradale was 0.1 second faster than the publication’s previous record holder, the Porsche 918 Spyder. Like the SF90, the 918 is a hybrid that uses two electric motors at the front and a V-8 motor at the rear. They are similar to paper, except for the lack of turbos on the 918’s high-lift naturally aspirated engine. Incredibly, Porsche stood the record for seven full years, beating even newer Bugattis and Teslas, before it finally succumbed to Ferrari.
It is worth noting that this time was not put on any kind of prepped drag surface – it was done on the roadway at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. We bet that the SF90 can go even faster with more sticky tires and a proper starting line. We’re curious if any owners are brave enough to find out.
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