2019 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Bilens navn henviser til det vigtige link i alt hvad ferrari har opnået gennem løb. Navnets reference til 90 års jubilæet for dannelsen af Scuderia Ferrari understreger den stærke forbindelse der altid har eksisteret mellem Ferrari’s racer og gade biler. Bilen er en brilliant sammenfatning af de mest avancerede teknologier der er udviklet i Maranello. SF90 Stradale er også en perfekt demonstration af hvordan Ferrari med det samme overfører den viden og erfaring de opnår gennem løb med deres biler.  SF90 Stradale er den første Ferrari med PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) arkitektur, hvilket betyder at benzin motoren er integreret med 3 elektriske motorer, hvoraf 2 er uafhængige forbundet til forhjulene, mens den tredje findes bag på bilen mellem motoren og gearkassen. Motoren, gearkassen, turbo, batteri pakke og el-motorerne, 
omformere og opladnings system samt bremser, behøver alle køling. Så der var stor opmærksomhed på designet af motorrummet, der huser både benzinmotor, turbo og elsystemer, der sammen genererer temperaturer 
tæt på 900°C. The car’s name encapsulates the true significance of all that has been achieved in terms of performance. The reference to the 90th anniversary of the foundation of Scuderia Ferrari underscores the strong link that has always existed between Ferrari’s track and road cars. A brilliant encapsulation of the most advanced technologies developed in Maranello, the SF90 Stradale is also the perfect demonstration of how Ferrari immediately transitions the knowledge and skills it acquires in competition to its production cars. The SF90 Stradale is the first ever Ferrari to feature PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) architecture which sees the internal combustion engine integrated with three electric motors, two of which are independent and located on the front axle, with the third at the rear between the engine and the gearbox. The internal combustion engine, gearbox, turbo-charged air, battery pack and electric motors, the inverters and charging systems and brakes all need cooling. Meticulous attention was paid to the design of the engine bay which houses both the usual internal combustion engine systems that generate temperatures of nearly 900°C, and highly temperature-sensitive electronic components. For the first time on a Ferrari, clients can choose between the standard car and a version with a more sports-oriented specification. The first Ferrari sports car to be equipped with 4WD. The exceptional work done to boost the power unit’s power would have all been in vain without in-depth dynamics research and the development of a whole series of solutions to boost the SF90 Stradale’s lap times, whilst simultaneously guaranteeing that drivers of all kinds could make full use of the car’s potential and have fun behind the wheel. The new hybrid architecture required extensive and lengthy integration work on the car’s many different control logics. The three areas concerned are: the high-voltage system controls (battery, RAC-e, MGUK, inverter), engine and gearbox control and vehicle dynamics controls (traction, braking, Torque Vectoring). Integrating these areas with the existing vehicle control logics led to the development of the new eSSC (electronic Side Slip Control) vehicle control system. The eSSC introduces three innovative dynamic regulation and distribution strategies for engine torque to all four wheels:
Electric Traction Control (eTC): optimally manages the availability of the torque – both ICE and electric – distributing it to the individual wheels to suit driving conditions and grip requirements.
Brake-by-wire control with ABS/EBD: allows the braking torque to be
split between the hydraulic system and the electric motors (brake
torque blending), allowing regenerative recovery under braking which
actually boosts performance and brake feel rather than compromising
them
Torque Vectoring: available on the front axle to manage electric
traction on outside and inside wheel in cornering to maximise traction
exiting the corner and help ensure easy, confident, high-performance
driving.
The SF90 Stradale is the most advanced car in the range from a point of view of performance and technology. The definition of the exterior styling was inspired by that principle: to create a forward-looking, innovative design that transmits the car’s mission as an extreme sports car – Ferrari’s first series production supercar. Ferrari Design has thus completely revisited the proportions of the front, central and rear volumes in a radical evolution of the forms of Ferrari’s mid-rear-engined production berlinettas of the last twenty years. The aim was to design a leading-edge extreme car capable of delivering completely unprecedented performance for a Prancing Horse production car. The SF90 Stradale 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 SF90 Stradale’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. While the SF90 Stradale’s exterior was crafted to underscore its seamless combining of form, technology and performance, the interior is even more radical. The very explicit aim there was to create a cockpit that ushered in an entirely new design direction, the effects of which would carry over into Ferrari’s entire future range. The designers took a futuristic approach to the interface concept with a strong focus on creating a wraparound aeronautically-inspired cockpit with particular emphasis on instruments. This further emphasised and underscored the symbiotic relationship between car and driver. In fact, the SF90 Stradale makes an epoch-changing leap forward both in formal and content terms, updating the Human Machine Interface with all-digital technology. The Head Up Display is another part of the innovative HMI and allows various data to be projected onto the windshield within the driver’s field of vision so that their attention is not distracted from driving. From a creative perspective, the SF90 Stradale interface project gave the Ferrari Style Centre’s designers the opportunity to interpret the screens in the cabin as a canvas on which all the car’s functions and controls could be represented. The screen graphics on the SF90 Stradale were also designed to create a 3D effect which is particularly striking during transitions, such as when the instrument panel is turned on or when swapping from one screen to the next. Alongside the new-concept HMI, another major theme tackled in the cabin was the tunnel area interface. The F1 controls on the “bridge” are probably the most iconic of the Ferraris of recent
generations. These have been completely redesigned and set into a modern metal plate which references an equally iconic feature from the past: the classic gear lever gate. 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 is a special version of the SF90 Stradale, available on request, and designed to further enhance the clear racing spirit the car already has. Those who opt for this set-up gain
access to a range of exclusive content, including Multimatic shock absorbers inspired by Ferrari’s experience in GT competitions and adjusted for optimal use on the track, and high-performance materials (such as carbon fibre and titanium) that reduce the weight of this 21 kg car. Added to this are the carbon fibre rear spoiler and the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres, approved for road use and designed to improve track performance, while the special two-tone colouring provides a finishing touch.

MotorLangsliggende V8 90°, placeret over baghjul
Boring / Slaglængde88 x 82 mm
Volumen pr. cyl.498,75 cc
Volumen3990 cc
Kompression9,6 : 1 – Dobbelt Turbo
Max. Kraft738 kW (989 hk) fordelt: 3 elmotorer, 164 kW (220 hk) – benzinmotor, 574 kW (769 hk) ved 7500 o/min
Kraft pr. L247,25 hk/l
Max. Moment– Nm ved – o/min
Gearkasse8-trins DCT/E-Diff3 + bakgear
Tank– L
Fordæk
Bagdæk
Bil type2 sædet Berlinetta
Længde4710 mm
Bredde1972 mm
Højde1186 mm
Akselafstand– mm
Bredde mellem forhjul– mm
Bredde mellem baghjul– mm
Vægt1570 kg (køreklar)
Top hastighed340+ km/t
0 – 100 km/t2,5 sek.
0 – 200 km/t6,7 sek.
100 – 0 km/t– m