How Many Miles Per Gallon Does a Ferrari Get?

Ferrari SF90 Stradale steering wheel and dashboard

Drivers in Milwaukee and Indianapolis haven’t always looked to the Prancing Horse for segment-leading fuel economy—but times are changing, and Ferrari is changing too. The brand’s work with traditional internal combustion engines has fostered several decades’ worth of record-setting performance specs, and although Ferrari MPG ratings have remained competitive throughout this time, the latest Ferrari hybrid mpg ratings are more impressive by a mile.

So, how many miles-per-gallon does a Ferrari get today? Our guide covers everything you need to know about the latest entries to the lineup.

Which Ferrari Has the Best MPG Ratings?

No driver should be surprised to learn that the best MPG ratings in Ferrari’s lineup belong to the hybrid models that the Prancing Horse has started to produce in the last few years. Although efficiency-conscious performance enthusiasts now have a range of hybrid Ferrari models to consider, the most impressive Ferrari hybrid mpg ratings belong to the SF90 Stradale—a plug-in hybrid coupe that also happens to be incredibly fast and powerful. When its gas engine and electric motor are working in concert, the SF90 Stradale gets up to 51 MPGe in combined city/highway settings.

Ferrari MPG Ratings: A Closer Look at the Lineup

If you’re thinking of placing an order for a new Ferrari, you should have an idea of how Ferrari MPG ratings break down across the current lineup. Almost all gas-powered models that bear the Prancing Horse badge now fall within a range between 12 mpg city (at minimum) and 23 mpg highway (at maximum), but there are important variations to keep in mind. 

  • Ferrari 812 Superfast MPG: Up to 12 mpg city and 16 mpg highway (2021)
  • Ferrari 812 GTS MPG: Up to 12 mpg city and 15 mpg highway (2023)
  • Ferrari 812 Competizione MPG: Up to 12 mpg city and 16 mpg highway (2023)
  • Ferrari 812 Competizione A MPG: Up to 12 mpg city and 16 mpg highway (2023)
  • Ferrari F8 Tributo MPG: Up to 15 mpg city and 19 mpg highway (2023)
  • Ferrari F8 Spider MPG: Up to 15 mpg city and 18 mpg highway (2023)
  • Ferrari Portofino MPG: Up to 16 mpg city and 22 mpg highway (2021) 
  • Ferrari Portofino M MPG: Up to 16 mpg city and 23 mpg highway (2023)
  • Ferrari Roma MPG: Up to 17 mpg city and 22 mpg highway (2023)
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale MPGe: Up to 51 MPGe Combined (2022)
  • Ferrari SF90 Spider MPGe: Up to 44 MPGe Combined (2022)
  • Ferrari 296 GTB MPGe: Up to 47 MPGe Combined (2022)
  • Ferrari 296 GTS MPGe: TBA

It’s also worth noting that plug-in hybrid models can offer miles of electric range without using any gasoline at all. Precise estimates will vary from model to model, but the Ferrari 296 GTS has an electric range of up to 15 miles on a full charge!

Ferrari MPG Ratings: Historical Favorites

Pre-owned Ferrari models are perfect for many of Chicagoland’s performance enthusiasts. After all, each and every Ferrari is a little piece of history—and even models from more than a few years back can offer impressive fuel economy. Here’s a closer look at several fan favorites from the lineup:

  • Ferrari 458 MPG: The most recently produced (2015) Ferrari 458 Italia earned up to 13 mpg city and 17 mpg highway.
  • Ferrari California MPG: The Ferrari California, produced up until 2014, earned MPG ratings of up to 16 mpg city and 23 mpg highway.
  • Ferrari GTC4Lusso MPG: The GTC4Lusso, which ended its run in model-year 2020, was able to offer up to 15 mpg city and 21 mpg highway in its streamlined T configuration.

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