Ferrari SF90 Spider Launched – Got RM2 million?

Ferrari SF90 Spider

Naza Italia, Official Importer and Distributor of the Ferrari brand in Malaysia has introduced the spider version of the SF90 Stradale, the SF90 Spider.

The new convertible has the same extreme supercar specification and record-breaking performance as the SF90 Stradale yet also adds greater driving pleasure and versatility to the mix, thanks to latest iteration of Ferrari’s signature retractable hard top architecture.

Ferrari SF90 Spider

Featuring a retractable hard top (RHT) that can be folded or closed in just 14 seconds even when the car is on the move, the SF90 Spider has plug-in hybrid architecture in which the internal combustion engine is integrated with two electric motors at the front, producing 985 PS.

The SF90 Spider sports the completely redesigned 8-speed, oil-bath, dual-clutch gearbox launched on the SF90 Stradale. Further complementing the powertrain are four driving modes – eDrive, Hybrid, Performance, Qualify

Assetto Fiorano pack

The Assetto Fiorano pack includes a list of exclusive upgrades that set it apart from the standard car, not least Multimatic shock absorbers derived from the Ferrari’s GT racing experience and optimised for track use. Others include the adoption of high-performance materials (such as carbon-fibre and titanium) that have shaved 21 kg off the car’s weight, a carbon-fibre rear spoiler and road-homologated Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres designed to improve track performance in the dry, thanks to a softer compound and fewer grooves. Lastly, the Assetto Fiorano offers an optional two-tone livery that further underscores the car’s racing vocation.

Ferrari SF90 Spider

the new eSSC (electronic Side Slip Control) vehicle dynamics control system,  Electronic Traction Control (eTC), Torque Vectoring, Brake-by-wire control with ABS/EBD, and the RAC-e electric axle among others.

Exterior

When the RHT is deployed, the sides, front and tail of the SF90 Spider have the same distinctive styling as the SF90Stradale. This was achieved by re-sculpting the car’s surfaces so that the tonneau cover seamlessly integrates with the B-pillars of the coupé, preserving the original styling theme.

Even the buttresses behind the passengers’ head rests, which are a signature of all Ferrari spiders, integrate harmoniously as if they were emerging from a structure beneath the car’s skin.

Ferrari SF90 Spider face

Aside from having the same silhouette as the SF90 Stradale, the SF90 Spider has a unique dynamic allure when its top is down: the absence of the roof seems to visually lower the car’s centre of gravity, an impression further strengthened by the difference in colour of the trim on the roll-hoops that give rise to the buttresses.

Design

The front of the car is dominated by a very pronounced profile which underscores its extremely aggressive character. The three air intakes in this area cool the electric motors (front) and the internal combustion engine (sides). The SF90 Spider also uses matrix LED headlight technology to improve visibility in all driving conditions thanks to active beam control.

Ferrari SF90 Stradale

The rear of the car is dominated by high exhaust pipes, which are the result of optimisation of the exhaust line layout. Their competition car vibe has been cleverly exploited to underscore the SF90 Spider’s track-inspired personality.

This effect is further enhanced by the low tail area. More elongated luminous rings create a more horizontal perception of the tail lights, which are a radical break from the iconic round shape normally used on Ferrari’s mid-rear-engined berlinettas.

Interior

Inside, the central instrument cluster comprises a single 16” HD screen, which is curved towards the driver to make it easier to read and emphasise the wraparound cockpit effect.

Ferrari SF90 Spider interior

Thanks to the introduction of the head-up display, the main information can be projected onto the section of windscreen within the driver’s field of vision.

Ferrari SF90 Spider dashboard

The F1 bridge, a signature on the previous models, has now disappeared from the central tunnel and been replaced by a modern take on the gearshift gate, an iconic feature of Ferrari’s manual gearboxes.

The F1 bridge

In the new gate, however, the gearshift grille is digital as befits an automatic transmission. At the bottom of the tunnel is the compartment for stowing the new ignition key, which is an exact replica of the Ferrari Prancing Horse badge found on the bonnet, adding an authentic finishing touch to the cabin’s styling.

Ferrari SF90 Spider

The key works in full keyless mode so that the driver can not only start the ignition but also open the doors without taking it out of their pocket.

Ferrari SF90 Spider engine

That being said, the Ferrari SF90 Spider is available from the base price of RM 2,088,000 (before duties, customization options, taxes and insurance) and comes with a 7-year warranty program.

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