The least interesting aspect of Ferrari’s all-new SF90 Stradale is that it’s a plug-in hybrid with 16 miles of electric-only driving range. And even that’s pretty noteworthy, given how the SF90 is Ferrari’s first series-production plug-in hybrid, even if the Toyota Prius Prime smokes it in EV-only range (25 miles!). Other, spicier firsts and superlatives include the SF90 being the first-ever Ferrari sports car with all-wheel drive (apparently, the GTC4Lusso and its predecessor, the FF, didn’t count), and the V-8 engine nestled in its mid-parts being the most powerful eight-cylinder Ferrari has ever built and installed in a road car.
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