THE NEW FERRARI SF90 SPIDER

Beyond Imagination

Overview ______

The New
SF90Spider: An Open-Air Supercar

As the Prancing Horse’s first production plug-in hybrid spider, the SF90 Spider sets new performance and innovation benchmarks not only for the marque’s range, but for the entire sports car sector. The new convertible has the same extreme supercar specification and record-breaking performance as the SF90 Stradale yet also adds further driving pleasure and versatility to the mix, thanks to the latest iteration of Ferrari’s signature Retractable Hard Top architecture. This makes the SF90 Spider the ideal car for owners that demand the very pinnacle of Ferrari technology, but still want the thrill and versatility of open-top driving.

 

  • Ferrari SF90 Spider
  • Ferrari SF90 Spider
  • Ferrari SF90 Spider
  • Ferrari SF90 Spider
  • Ferrari SF90 Spider
The starting point for the SF90 Spider design was to ensure it remained as faithful as possible to the SF90 Stradale’s signature styling. The Ferrari Styling Centre’s meticulous crafting of the tonneau area has integrated it seamlessly with the rest of the car, an achievement that is even more astonishing because the V8 is still clearly visible through the engine bay cover despite the inclusion of the RHT stowage. The V8 thus remains the star of the show and very much on display whether the RHT is deployed or retracted.

Design ______

Discover the design

Sportiness Meets Freedom

The starting point for the SF90 Spider design was to ensure it remained as faithful as possible to the SF90 Stradale’s signature styling. The Ferrari Styling Centre’s meticulous crafting of the tonneau area has integrated it seamlessly with the rest of the car, an achievement that is even more astonishing because the V8 is still clearly visible through the engine bay cover despite the inclusion of the RHT stowage. The V8 thus remains the star of the show and very much on display whether the RHT is deployed or retracted.

Ferrari SF90 Spider

SPORTS-ORIENTED SPECIFICATION

For the first time on a Ferrari, clients can choose between the standard car and a version with a more sports-oriented specification.

The SF90 Spider slots in between the mid-rear-engined coupés, today represented by the F8 Tributo, and supercars of the likes of LaFerrari, and is the new standard-bearer for hyper-technological extreme cars brimming with future-forward content. The Ferrari SF90 Spider’s architecture, in which the cabin is located ahead of the mid-mounted engine, provided Flavio Manzoni and his team of designers at the Ferrari Styling Centre, with the ideal platform on which to craft a genuine supercar of impeccable proportions. The rear of the car is dominated by high exhaust pipes which are the result of optimisation of the exhaust line layout. Because the power- train is significantly lower in the car than in the past, the designers were also able to lower the car’s tail. Another deviation from the styling typical of past berlinettas is the way the profile of the rear screen no longer follows the line from the roof to the rear bumper. This element of styling discontinuity is evidenced by the separation of the screen from the cooling grille.

Ferrari SF90 Spider

Eyes On The Road, Hands On The Wheel

The track-derived “eyes on the road, hands on the steering wheel” philosophy, which drove the ergonomics and styling of the interior, has produced an innovative new HMI concept that includes a new steering wheel with a touchpad that allows drivers to control virtually every aspect of the car without moving their hands from the wheel. The central instrument cluster is now entirely digital with a 16″ curved HD screen, which can be fully configured and controlled using the controls on the steering wheel. On the central tunnel, the automatic gearbox controls are now actioned by a grille-style feature that references Ferrari’s glorious and iconic manual gearshift gate.

Ferrari SF90 Spider

 

Innovations ______

POWERTRAIN

Thanks to a massive 780 cv (and 195 cv/l specific power output), the SF90 Spider’s engine is at the very top of Ferrari’s V8 range. To deliver this extraordinary result, Ferrari’s engineers completely redesigned the intake and exhaust systems. The ducts are now all horizontally lined up at engine head height, the turbo charger assembly has been lowered, and the exhaust line is higher in the new configuration. This rationalisation also produced both a lower centre of gravity and a reduction in overall weight thanks to the use of Inconel for the exhaust manifold.

Ferarri SF90 Stradale engine

AERODYNAMICS

NO CORNERS CUT ON INNOVATION AND PERFORMANCE

Vortex Generator
Rear downforce is balanced at the front of the car by a complex and optimised system of vortex generators. Although this is not its very first appearance on a Ferrari sports car, the system has been honed to the maximum on the SF90 Stradale: the front section of the chassis has been raised 15 mm compared to the central section of the chassis at the point where the vortex generators are located, thus increasing the amount of air channelled towards them and boosting their effect.

The front bumper is divided into two sections that have specific wing functions. Between the upper section and the bonnet is a pronounced indent that locally compresses the flow. This feature, together with the two diffusers ahead of the front wheels, contributes to generating downforce over the front axle.

Ferarri SF90 Spider

Forged wheels
Specific aerodynamic research went into the geometry of the forged wheels which are made using a construction technology that allows greater freedom when it comes to aerodynamic solutions. The specific geometry of the wheels incorporate radial elements on the outer channel which are equally spaced between the spokes and designed to act as wing profiles.

The geometry of these profiles mean that the wheel works like a rotor blade, very efficiently managing the flows from inside the wheel arch and guaranteeing two main effects: air evacuation from wheel arch is boosted; the flow exiting the wheel rim is lined up with the longitudinal flow running along the sides.

Shut-off Gurney
The SF90 Stradale’s engine cover has been kept extremely low to improve the interaction between the flows over and under the body, and thus minimise drag.
The end section of the engine cover features a suspended wing divided in two sections: one fixed, which incorporates the third brake light, and one mobile with a wedge-shaped front area. The latter has been dubbed the shut-off Gurney, a patented active system located at the rear of the car which regulates the airflow over the upper body, reducing drag at high speeds with low lateral dynamics loads and increasing downforce in corners, under braking and during changes of direction.

VEHICLE DYNAMICS

NEW CONTROL LOGIC:

In the SF9O Spider, the traditional Manettino is flanked by an additional selector, dubbed the eManettino, which manages the power flows from and to the hybrid system. It offers the driver a choice of four modes:

  • eDrive: the internal combustion engine remains off and traction is entrusted entirely to the electric front axle. The car can cover up to 25 km in this mode;
  • Hybrid: the control logic autonomously decides whether to keep the internal combustion engine running or turn it off. Power flow from the electric motors is limited to conserve battery power;
  • Performance: this mode keeps the ICE running because the priority is more on charging the battery than on efficiency. This guarantees that power is instantly and fully available when required;
  • Qualify: this mode allows the system to unleash all of the car’s 1,000 cv by letting the electric motors work at their maximum potential (162kW).
Ferarri SF90 Stradale dynamics graphic

Specifications ______

V8 Powertrain

THE MOST POWERFUL V8 EVER

Ferarri 488 Pista

MAXIMUM POWER

ferrari maximum power780 CV at 7500rpm
 

ACCELERATION

ferrari acceleration icon2.5 sec 0-100km/h
 

SPECIFIC OUTPUT

ferrari specific power output590 – lb-ft

TypeV8 – 90°
Overall displacement3990 cc
Max. torque*800 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Battery Capacity7,9 kWh
Maximum Power Electric Motors162 kW
Maximum Power780 cv @ 7500 rpm
GearboxF1 8-Speed Dual-clutch

Length4704 mm
Width1973 mm
Height1191 mm
Wheelbase2649 mm
Front track1679 mm
Rear track1652 mm
Boot Capacity74 L
Dry weight**1670 Kg
Weight Distribution45% ant – 55% post

Front255/35 ZR 20 J9,5
Rear315/30 ZR 20 J11.5

F1 8 Speed Dual clutch

Maximum Power Electric Motors 162 kW
Maximum Range Under Electric Power25 km

0-100 km/h2.5 s
0-200 km/h7.0 s
100-0 km/h<29.5 m
Dry/Weight Power1.67 kg/cv
Max. Torque800 Nm @ 6000 RPM
Max. Power780 cv @ 7500 RPM

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