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FIRST DRIVE: Ferrari SF90 XX – 1,016bhp Road Legal XX!

Creator: Top Gear    Category: Cars, Motors, Vehicles    Added: 18 Nov 2023

This is the new SF90 XX, and it’s very fast indeed. It has 1016bhp. It has double the downforce of the regular SF90. It’s also lighter. It does 0-62mph in 2.3secs. But there’s one main thing that absolutely sets this XX apart from all the others. It’s road legal. The first ever XX car to be able to drive, well, anywhere you like really.

But what about its track credentials? It happened to lap Fiorano in 1.17.3, making it Ferrari’s fastest-ever road car around their home circuit, 1.7 seconds ahead of the SF90.

In total 1398 cars are being built, split between 799 Stradales (at £673,584 a pop) and 599 Spiders (each £730,000). A quick reminder that a base SF90 is £376k.

Top Gear Magazine’s Head of Car Testing, Ollie Marriage, had the tough job of seeing what it’s like to drive.

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