The new Ferrari SF90 Spider has just been unveiled via a special online event last night. Ferrari’s new hybrid super is basically an open-top version of the SF90 Stradala unveiled over a year ago.
It’s no surprise then that the Ferrari SF90 Spider looks pretty much the same as the SF90 Stradale. Though Ferrari says that they moved the cockpit slightly forward compared to the Stradale, along with lowering the roof by 20 mm and making the windshield pillars slimmer and more raked.
As for the folding metal roof, it only takes 14 seconds to fully deploy or retract. When fully retracted, the roof only takes up 100 liters of space inside the trunk. It’s also 40 kg lighter than a conventional hardtop. Though because of the lost rigidity from chopping off the roof, the SF90 Spider is 100 kg heavier than the Stradale due to the added structural reinforcement.
The interior of the SF90 Spider remains largely unchanged. It still features a large 16-inch curved digital gauge cluster and capacitive touch controls for the steering wheel and center stack. Some of the supercar’s optional features include a windshield-project head-up display and various customization options for the interior trimmings.
Under the hood of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the same 769-hp twin-turbo gasoline V8 joined by three electric motors that produce an additional 217 hp. Total system output is 986 hp and 900 Nm of torque, with power being sent to all four wheels via an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Despite the added weight, Ferrari claims that the SF90 Spider’s performance stats remain unchanged. Zero to 100 kph is achieved in just 2.5 seconds while reaching the 200 kph mark is achieved in just 7 seconds. Flat out, the SF90 Spider is capable of reaching a top speed of 340 kph.
For even more performance, customers can opt for the Assetto Fiorano pack. This includes Mutlimatic dampers, a 21-kg weight reduction thanks to extensive use of carbon fiber and titanium, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, and grippier Michelin Pilot Spot Cup 2 tires.
As with all new Ferraris, the SF90 Stradale is offered with a free 7-year maintenance package. Maintenance intervals happen every 12 months or 20,000 kilometers, whichever comes first.