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The legendary Italian automaker Ferrari recently began electrifying its lineup. The SF90 is the Prancing Horse’s first plug-in hybrid production car, and it’s not cheap. Here’s a look at the Ferrari SF90, its two body styles — the Stradale and the Spider — and their MSRPs. 

An overview of the Ferrari SF90

A yellow Ferrari SF90 Spider at Goodwood Festival of Speed 2021 in Chichester, England
Ferrari SF90 Spider | Martyn Lucy/Getty Images

First and foremost, the SF90 is an insanely powerful car. This PHEV packs a 3.9.0-liter V8 paired with three electric motors. Combined, they generate 1,000 hp and nearly 600 lb-ft of torque. This potent powertrain allows it to rocket from 0 to 60 mph in 2 seconds flat

It also has a top speed of about 211 mph. And though these performance specs are impressive, what’s even more amazing is that this car is a hybrid. Not the typical gas guzzler, this supercar gets decent fuel economy.

To be clear, it’s no Prius, but the Ferrari SF90 has a fuel economy of about 51 to 70 MPGe in hybrid mode. Drivers can even cruise 15 miles in battery-only mode. However, in gas-only mode, the SF90’s fuel economy is predictably only 18 to 22 mpg. 

How much does a Ferrari SF90 Spider cost?

Unsurprisingly, this beast isn’t cheap. It comes in two body styles: Stradale and Spider. The Stradale is the coupe version, while the Spider is a hard-top convertible. And the latter is significantly pricier.

The Ferrari SF90 price starts at about $507,000 for the Stradale, while the Spider starts at almost $570,000. In addition, buyers have plenty of customization options. Aside from making the usual paint and color choices, customers can select numerous other features, such as wheel design, à la carte carbon fiber accents, a front suspension lift, and racing seats. But these options aren’t free. 

For example, clients can add front radar with adaptive cruise control for about $4,800, a premium hi-fi sound system for $6,200, and Daytona racing seats for nearly $12,000, according to Ferrari. These options add thousands — or tens of thousands — to the base price. For instance, 20-inch carbon fiber wheels cost a cool $34,000, and a two-tone exterior stripe runs $35,500.

But the track-focused Assetto Fiorano package carries an even heftier price tag

One option that’s a cut above the rest is the Assetto Fiorano package. According to Ferrari’s 2021 price guide, it costs $56,240. But it adds a ton of racing features to the SF90, so the extra spend might be worthwhile to Ferrari fans.

Assetto Fiorano upgrades many of the SF90’s features to make it more track-ready. With this package, the car’s upgraded suspension system gets Multimatic shocks and titanium springs, among other features. Plus, there’s plenty of carbon fiber, shaving weight off the car. On top of that, this package gives the SF90 a bigger rear spoiler and better tires.

The result of all those upgrades? A sleek, ultra-sporty supercar ready to dominate the racetrack. So Ferrari fans who can cough up an extra 50 grand over the base price might want to add this package to their SF90.


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