Ferrari SF90 Stradale Dimensions

June 21st, 2022 by

Red Ferrari SF90 Stradale aerial view

The latest Ferrari SF90 Stradale has had no trouble setting records or winning praise, and it’s not at all difficult to understand why. After all, every element of this vehicle’s design lends itself to a vision of pure, unbridled performance. Whether you’re looking at this Prancing Horse’s powertrain or at the intimate details of its cabin, you’ll see evidence of the SF90 Stradale’s clear superiority. Naturally, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale dimensions are no different! We’ve laid out everything you may need to know about this vehicle’s shape and size before you get behind the wheel.

Ferrari SF90 Stradale Dimensions: Exterior

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale sits close to the ground—but it stands out even as it threatens to fly under the radar. Check out this model’s exterior dimensions here:

  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Length: 185.4 inches
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Wheelbase: 104.3 inches
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Height: 46.7 inches
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Width: 77.6 inches
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Front Track Width: 66.1 inches 
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Rear Track Width: 65.0 inches
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Curb Weight: 3461 pounds
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Weight Distribution: 45% front / 55% rear

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a titan on the racetrack, but you may want to leave the off-roading to other models. Although no official Ferrari SF90 Stradale ground clearance specs are available, this model minimizes wind resistance with an ultra-low profile.

Ferrari SF90 Stradale Dimensions: Interior Capacities

Once you’ve spent time in the Ferrari SF90 Stradale interior, you’ll want to spend all your time cruising the highways between Milwaukee, Indianapolis, and Chicago. That’s because this model isn’t just powerful. It’s also lushly appointed and comfortable! As you can see from the dimensions we’ve selected, it provides the perfect fit for you and one companion—provided that you’re willing to travel light:

  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Seating Capacity: 2 passengers
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Boot Space: 2.61 cubic feet
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Cargo Space: 3 cubic feet

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If you’d like to drive home in a Ferrari SF90 Stradale of your own, then you can start exploring our pre-owned Ferrari inventory or inquire about a new model today! No matter which way you decide to go, we know you’ll love how this model handles the roads of greater Chicagoland and beyond.

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