Whatever language you speak, it's impossible, as an automobile enthusiast, to miss 'Top Gear'! Long hosted by a trio of hosts, Clarkson-Hammond-May, having made its legend, the BBC show continues to re-invent itself with frenzied essays, crazy adventures and other moments already become cult for the community of fans of all things rolling.
One of the highlights of each show remains the track test. Since its creation, 'Top Gear' has indeed offered to test all kinds of gear, if possible fast, on its 2.8 kilometer circuit traced at Dunsfold airfield, in British Surrey.
One of the latest stars to date: the new Ferrari SF90 Stradale, the first Prancing Horse car with a plug-in hybrid engine, during the launch episode of the 29th season, broadcast in early October.
1000 horsepower under the hood
Driven by the famous 'Stig', the mystery pilot in the white helmet, the beautiful red has had the luxury of breaking the circuit lap record for her first appearance, turning in 1 minute 11.3 against 1: 12.7 for the Ferrari 488 Pista.
Powered by a centrally positioned 4-liter twin-turbo V8, the SF90 Stradale, produced for the 90th anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari, develops 780 horsepower for a torque of 800 Nm.
This is without however including its … three electric motors! The first, located between the V8 and the eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, combined with the other two on the front axle, give the car an extra 280 horsepower. Did you do the math?
Find the performance of the Ferrari SF90 Stradale on board camera below
Source: M6 Turbo
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