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SF90 has crashed!  A Ferrari Doesn't Do It Like This - The Observer

SF90 has crashed! A Ferrari Doesn’t Do It Like This – The Observer

A Brazilian customer ordered one of Ferrari’s latest pearls, the new SP90 Stradale plug-in hybrid, a model with a total of 1000 hp, achieved at the expense of the Association A 4.0 Twin Turbo V8 with 780 hp and three electric motorsTwo of them are mounted on the front axle. Italian super sports It reaches 340 km / h and passes 100 km / h in just 2.5 seconds, but when the driver wants to arrive later without waking the rest of the condominium, or the family, the Stradale offers a 7.9 kWh battery, ensuring autonomy in electric mode (and exclusively with front-wheel drive) for 25 km.

In order to become the owner of the SP90 Stradale, the Brazilian customer had to make a greater effort than the residents of the vast majority of countries. If you do not believe it, just remember that even in Portugal this form is accessible (less than half), and our country is one of the places where the tax system punishes this type of sport the most, because it taxes them by cylinder capacity, to join later to CO2 And just like with the cake, the VAT adds to the previous taxes.

In Portugal, Ferrari is asking €440,000 for the SP90 Stradale, a much higher value than what an Italian, Spanish or French fan would ask for. But what about the price of this pump in Brazil, where it is suggested by 6.9 million riyals, about 1.114 million euros, according to Car Magazine Sweetened.

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Such an effort by the buyer deserved double attention from the carrier, but this was not the case. Upon reaching the destination, the Brazilian truck driver put the SP90 Stradale in the truck’s elevator, putting it on the ground as if it were the most technically fragile. But something happened and the elevator broke down. a result: Everything fell to the ground and crashed. The damage done to the Ferrari by the fall isn’t obvious, but just seeing the stuntman is breathtaking…

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