The Next edition of Ferrari SF90 will available for 2021 Model year, Ferrari Announced at 2019 Geneva Motor Show, “We will develop a totally new V6 family based on a very, very particular, innovative architecture with plenty of innovations regarding technologies and components.” that what Ferrari Dude said about their next 2021 Ferrari SF90, So Let see how this supercar will look like.
The Concept Design
Interestingly enough, the new Ferrari mid-engine hybrid will become a sort of halo supercar for the brand. It will have a lot of power and engine technology partially sourced from Ferrari Formula 1 cars. Coincidentally, the only V-6 hybrid system Ferrari makes is the one for its Formula 1 SF70H car. This actually tells us a few things about the design of the new car. See, the new V-6 engine and a hybrid propulsion system will sit a bit lower compared to the V-8 in the 488 GTB.
Furthermore, Ferrari officials revealed a thing or two about the basic design of the supercar at the investors’ presentation in 2018. The last hybrid Ferrari built was the LaFerrari itself, but the new one will not be as exclusive. It will be quicker and faster, I reckon. After all, it will dance with the likes of the new Lambo and Aston Martin mid-engine supercars. Heck, maybe even Porsche will go this way and finally give us the mid-engine 960 with a hybrid system.
Look at the inside area, This 2021 SF90 Interior Heavily influenced by the 488 and the 458, the F8 Tributo interior does not seem to be as unique or as special as one could hope. Ferrari took many pieces from the 812 Superfast cabins and placed them into the F8 Tributo.
Just take a look at the dials, air-con controls, vents, instrument cluster, central stalk with modes, and even the radio control. All of them are the same as in the 812 Superfast. Considering that much the same pieces reside inside the entry-level Portofino and other Ferrari products, I hope that the interior layout of the all-new Ferrari V-6 hybrid takes a swift turn.
Sure, you can expect the display in front of the passenger, round vents, and centrally positioned rev counter behind the wheel. Everything else will be different. It is still unclear in what way, but I can only say that the driver will probably sit lower.
For The Engine, The new mid-engine Ferrari V-6 hybrid should come on top of the future hybrid food chain within Maranello. At least for a little while – until the V-8 hybrid appears. The V-6 engine could have a higher specific output compared to any ICE in the current lineup. Plus, an electric motor provides needed assistance. Rumors suggest that the new platform enables the integration of a second electric motor on the front axle as well. However, the new mid-engine Ferrari will be an RWD only supercar.
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Price For 2021 Ferrari SF90
According to the latest news, this mid-engine Ferrari V-6 Hybrid price could go over $250,000 and touch $300,000+ mark with the addition of some optional equipment.