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Which Ferrari Has the Most Horsepower?

Ferrari SF90 Stradale

How much horsepower does a Ferrari have? Over the years, Ferrari vehicles have offered anywhere from just over 100 to just over 1,000 hp—but which Ferrari has the most horsepower? That honor goes to the SF90 Stradale, which offers up to 986 horsepower with its optional hybrid powertrain. As the first-ever Ferrari with a mid-engine mount and all-wheel drive, it’s a truly revolutionary performer that can dust almost any rival.


How Much Horsepower Does a Ferrari Have?

Although the Prancing Horse is best known for its V12 and flat-12 engines, Ferrari has engineered and deployed a wide range of highly competitive powertrains from the time since it got its start. 

The following models—listed in order from highest to lowest horsepower—are separated by decades and distinguished competing design priorities, but each and every one has helped Ferrari become the utterly singular nameplate that it is today:

Ferrari Horsepower: 700+

  • SF90 Stradale: 986 hp
  • 812 Superfast: 789 hp
  • LaFerrari: 789 hp
  • F12 Berlinetta: 730 hp
  • F8: 710 hp

Ferrari Horsepower: 600+

  • 599 GTO: 661 hp
  • 488 GTB: 661 hp
  • Enzo: 660 hp
  • FF: 651 hp
  • Roma: 612 hp
  • 599 GTB: 611 hp
  • GTC4Lusso: 602 hp

Ferrari Horsepower: 500+

  • Portofino: 591 hp
  • 458: 562 hp
  • California T: 560 hp
  • 612: 540 hp
  • 575 Superamerica: 540 hp
  • F50: 520 hp
  • 430 Scuderia: 510 hp
  • 575: 508 hp

Ferrari Horsepower: 400+

  • 550: 485 hp
  • 430: 483 hp
  • F40: 471 hp
  • California: 560 hp
  • 456 M: 442 hp
  • 512 M: 440 hp
  • 456 GT: 436 hp
  • 512 TR: 428 hp
  • 360: 400 hp
  • 288 GTO: 400 hp
  • 330 LMB: 400 hp

Ferrari Horsepower: 300+

  • 500 Superfast: 395 hp
  • Testarossa: 390 hp
  • F355: 380 hp
  • 512 BB: 360 hp
  • 365 GT4 2+2: 340 hp
  • 512 BBi: 340 hp
  • 365 GTC: 340 hp
  • 400 Superamerica: 340 hp
  • 412 GT: 335 hp 
  • 400 GT: 335 hp
  • 348 GTB: 320 hp
  • 365 GTS: 320 hp
  • 365 GTC: 320 hp
  • 365 GT: 320 hp
  • 365 California: 320 hp
  • 250 LM: 320 hp
  • 400i GT: 306 hp
  • 348 TB: 300 hp
  • Mondial T: 300 hp
  • 330 GTC: 300 hp
  • 330 America: 300 hp
  • 250 GTO: 300 hp
  • 275 GTB: 300 hp

Ferrari Horsepower: 200+

  • 375 America: 296 hp
  • 275 GTB: 280 hp
  • 250 GT Spyder California: 280 hp
  • Mondial 3.2: 270 hp
  • 328 GTB: 265 hp
  • 308 GTB: 240 hp
  • Mondial QV: 240 hp
  • 250 GTL (Lusso): 240 hp
  • 250 GTE: 240 hp
  • 308 QV GTB: 232 hp
  • 308 GT4: 230 hp
  • 250 Europa GT: 217 hp
  • Mondial 8: 215 hp
  • 308 GTB: 202 hp

Ferrari Horsepower: 100+

  • 340 America: 197 hp
  • 208 GT4: 180 hp
  • Dino 246 GT: 175 hp
  • 500 Mondial: 170 hp
  • Dino 206 GT: 160 hp
  • 212 Inter: 150 hp
  • 195 Inter: 130 hp
  • 166 Inter: 110 hp

What Sets Ferrari Engines Apart?

Ferrari engines always put up impressive numbers—and although you can find plenty of reasons to celebrate the Ferrari SF90 Stradale horsepower or the Ferrari 296 GTB top speed (205 mph!), it’s almost impossible to do these engines justice on paper. After all, driving a Ferrari is a holistic experience that ignites all of the senses. Ultimately, the sound of a Ferrari engine is almost as iconic as the vehicles themselves!

The creation of a Ferrari engine begins with a robot-led casting process that takes place in the Prancing Horse’s in-house foundry. Although the parts thereby created will be hand-assembled by expert machinists, a pair of robots—named Romeo and Juliet—assist with the process of fusing the valve seats to the engines. It takes around three months to build a Ferrari, and the crankshaft alone takes 25 days from start to finish!


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