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Discussion in 'SF90 Stradale' started by maha, May 29, 2019.
to my eye the 458 speciale looks different that 488
In one of the pictures posted you see that they open side ways rather than upwards
The residual is going to be very dependent on MSRP. You won't get one 40% off if it starts at $450K, but you will get one 40% off if they end up at $650-700K.
I have a feeling when you see one in person you’ll get it. This thing looks very very different from an F8. The J50 is a extremely limited multimillion dollar car. The SF90 does have some similar language to the J50 however the SF90 is unique to itself in many ways. The rear mid V8 is now the top offering at Ferrari. The only thing higher priced will be halo hypercar. If you want to perceive every car for vague generalities then I’m guessing you’re a Ferrari looks like a corvette guy. The SF90 doesn’t appear to be similar to the F8 in really any way other than headlight orientation.
For the first time on a Ferrari, clients can choose between the standard car and a version with a more sports-oriented specification. The Assetto Fiorano specification includes significant upgrades, including special GT racing-derived Multimatic shock absorbers, extra lightweight features made from high-performance materials such as carbon-fibre (door panels, underbody) and titanium (springs, entire exhaust line), resulting in a weight-saving of 30 kg. Another difference is the high downforce carbon-fibre rear spoiler which generates 390 kg of downforce at 250 km/h. The Assetto Fiorano includes Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2 tyres designed specifically to improve performance on the track in the dry. They feature a softer compound and fewer grooves than the tyres provided as standard.
The ex-Niki Lauda 312 B3 F1 1974 #015, owned by Austrian's biggest collector, is also on display tonite at Fiorano.
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0-100 2.5 secs
Pista. 2.8 secs
300kg more ☹️☹️☹️
Lots of $$$$$$ and weight for .3 second
But it would have been a $300K car had they produced it in volume...
No. That will be another one-off.
emissions and regulations oblige...
Yes agreed. I meant of standard factory offerings. The new Ferrari mid rear V8 is now positioned above the other standard factory offerings. Halo Hypercar and one offs and maybe some LE’s will be more.
Shouldn't the SF90 Stradale have its own section in the forum?
After all, its a new marketplace.
Marcel Massini thanks for all the information!! Is the horn button in the center of the wheel?
Glad I’ve got the Pista
Just became a keeper
Thanks Marcel, like it!
Assetto Fiorano specification
Pista a bargain IMO. Like others have said - if you want a lightweight divers car - F8/Pista might be the end of that dream.
Pleasure, as always.
We don't know the price of this yet though. Pista wasn't exactly a bargain by any stretch of the word based on the stickers most were discussing on here. If this thing is $500K, that's a hell of a lot more for money than a $450K Pista.
The red with the black roof looks killer
This is where I think Ferrari is King. Each model as a certain uniqueness that protects it from newer models.
Enjoy your Pista! It will always be a special car for sure.
Is anyone else disappointed in the performance?
Or is it just me ? I have was expecting sub 2 seconds for this car
Seems we are paying a lot of money for little gain
Black roof? This one actually 'HAS' as roof!
Looks similar to the 458/488 line- but it does look good. Not sure if it’s Halo car good but it looks good.
Similar performance to predecessors
Lots more money.
I’m very curious how this car does when push comes to shove. I’m sure they will sell a ton but how will it perform long term? Is it iconic or just another Ferrari?
Yes, I will create a new forum and move this thread.
Been told to expect $800k plus in Oz
Way more than a Pista