The Ferrari SF90 Stadale’s plug-in hybrid powertrain set the automotive world aflame, proving that hybrid technology and world-class performance could coexist and even thrive. Of course, this isn’t the first semi-electric Ferrari car — the revolutionary Ferrari LaFerrari’s electric motor helps the car achieve a 218-mph top speed, proving that a hybrid powertrain can tear up the track.
This is especially important now, as Ferrari is aiming for 60% of its lineup to feature hybrid powertrains by 2022, with the goal of a fully electric Ferrari car being released after 2025.
You can see the seeds of Ferrari’s hybrid future in the SF90 stradale, of course, and the hypercar’s performance shows that its hybrid-electric powertrain isn’t just a gimmick. In fact, there are many tangible performance benefits that come with a hybrid or electric Ferrari powertrain, including:
While the stable of hybrid-electric Ferrari cars is small at the moment, these purebred performers are highly sought-after, and there are exciting powertrain innovations on the horizon. There’s never been a more exciting time to explore buying your own Ferrari, and you can get started when you contact Continental AutoSports Ferrari. Whether you’re in Indianapolis, Milwaukee, or elsewhere in the United States, we can help you find your ideal Prancing Horse from our dealership in the Chicago area.
2018 Ferrari California T One of One, Tailor Made, 70th Anniversary Special Edition 70 years after Ferrari became recognized as an official automotive manufacturer, they wanted to organize something special to immortalize their history and lineage. In 2016 it was announced at the Paris Motor Show that 70 special edition liveries, honoring street and race cars from Ferrari’s past, would be mirrored onto the contemporary model range of the F12berlinetta, the 488 GTB, the 488 Spider, the GTC4Lusso, and the California T. In total, 350 absolutely unique vehicles would be manufactured and tailor-made to honor 70 years of Ferrari excellence….
Even when you’re not pushing the limit, driving a Ferrari is a unique and thrilling experience, whether you’re sticking to the streets of Chicago or blazing down the highways between Indianapolis and Milwaukee. It goes without saying that reaching a Ferrari’s top speed is incredible on the track — but check out the list below to see just how fast you can go in a Ferrari. Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Ferrari Top Speed by Model Ferrari 360 Modena Top Speed: 183 mph Ferrari 360 Spider Top Speed: 180 mph Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale Top Speed: 186 mph Ferrari 458 Speciale…
The announcement that Ferrari will return to the top class of the World Endurance Championship with a new Le Mans Hypercar in 2023 ignites memories of the first sparks of the relationship between Ferrari and endurance racing. Just two years after their first production car, two V12 Ferrari 166MMs entered in the 1949 24 Hours of Le Mans. The first Le Mans to take place after World War II. After six hours of racing, one of the Ferraris got caught in an accident, leaving the driver team of the Italian-born Luigi Chinetti and British Peter Mitchell-Thomson in a gruesome battle…