How Fast Can a Ferrari Go?

December 16th, 2019 by

Ferrari 488 Spider

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 St. Louis and Indianapolis. 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 Top Speed by Model

  • Ferrari FF Top Speed: 208 mph
  • Ferrari F430 Berlinetta Top Speed: 196 mph 
  • Ferrari F430 Spider Top Speed: 193 mph
  • Ferrari 430 Scuderia Top Speed: 198 mph
  • Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M Top Speed: 196 mph
  • Ferrari 360 Modena Top Speed: 183 mph
  • Ferrari 360 Spider Top Speed: 180 mph
  • Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale Top Speed: 186 mph
  • Ferrari LaFerrari Top Speed: 218 mph
  • Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta Top Speed: 218 mph
  • Ferrari Monza SP1 Top Speed: 186 mph
  • Ferrari Monza SP2 Top Speed: 186 mph
  • Ferrari F8 Tributo Top Speed: 211 mph
  • Ferrari F8 Tributo Spider Top Speed: 211 mph
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Top Speed: 211 mph
  • Ferrari Roma Top Speed: 199 hp

  • How Much Horsepower Does a Ferrari Have?

    • Ferrari Portofino Horsepower: 591 hp
    • Ferrari 812 Superfast Horsepower: 800 hp
    • Ferrari 812 GTS Horsepower: 800 hp
    • Ferrari GTC4Lusso Horsepower: 680 hp
    • Ferrari GTC4Lusso T Horsepower: 602 hp
    • Ferrari 488 Spider Horsepower: 660 hp
    • Ferrari 488 GTB Horsepower: 660 hp
    • Ferrari 488 Pista Horsepower: 710 hp
    • Ferrari 488 Pista Spider Horsepower: 710 hp
    • Ferrari F12berlinetta Horsepower: 731 hp
    • Ferrari California T Handling Speciale Horsepower: 553 hp
    • Ferrari California T Horsepower: 553 hp
    • Ferrari California Horsepower: 453 hp
    • Ferrari F12tdf Horsepower: 769 hp
    • Ferrari 458 Speciale Horsepower: 597 hp
    • Ferrari 458 Italia Coupe Horsepower: 562 hp
    • Ferrari 458 Spider Horsepower: 562 hp
  • Ferrari FF Horsepower: 651 hp
  • Ferrari F430 Berlinetta Horsepower: 483 hp 
  • Ferrari F430 Spider Horsepower: 483 hp
  • Ferrari 430 Scuderia Horsepower: 502 hp
  • Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M Horsepower: 502 hp
  • Ferrari 360 Modena Horsepower: 400 hp
  • Ferrari 360 Spider Horsepower: 400 hp
  • Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale Horsepower: 425 hp
  • Ferrari LaFerrari Horsepower: 949 hp
  • Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta Horsepower: 949 hp
  • Ferrari Monza SP1 Horsepower: 809 hp 
  • Ferrari Monza SP2 Horsepower: 809 hp
  • Ferrari F8 Tributo Horsepower: 710 hp
  • Ferrari F8 Tributo Spider Horsepower: 710 hp
  • Ferrari SF90 Stradale Horsepower: 986 hp
  • Ferrari Roma Horsepower: 611 hp

  • 488 Pista on the track
    SF90 Stradale on the track

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