This is the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, and it is the first plug-in hybrid from Ferrari and this is the most powerful road-going Ferrari on the planet. This Ferrari gets all the power it needs from Ferrari’s most powerful turbocharged V8, which has then been slapped on with three electric motors with a 25 km range when operated on its own, two of which are at the front and one at the back. The turbocharged V8 on its own makes 769 horses and 800 Nm of torque and combined with the extra 217 horses made by the electric motors, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale makes a total of 986 BHP.

All this power is sent on all four wheels via an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission that shifts 100 milliseconds faster than the transmission in the 488 Pista and also weighs about 10 kilograms less than Ferrari’s existing 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. All this means that when the foot is hard on the gas the SF90 Stradale will go from nothing to 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds. There’s real aerodynamics as well, at 250 km/h the 1570 Kg Ferrari SF90 Stradale generates 390 Kg of downforce.

Inside the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is as high tech as hybrid hypercars go. The instrument cluster is a huge 16-inch display. The steering wheel now features touchpads for controlling the instrument cluster and comes with paddle shifters. And this is also going to be the first Ferrari with a head-up display. To top it off you get premium blacked out racing seats with red highlights.