Ferrari's most powerful supercar loses its top
HOLD on to your hats - here's a drop-top version of Ferrari's most powerful production road car ever.
The SF90 Spider gets a retractable hard-top roof, made from aluminium, which can be raised or lowered in just 14 seconds and can be operated at speeds of up to 28mph.
Key to the SF90's insane performance is its plug-in hybrid drivetrain - a Ferrari first.
It combines a V8 engine with two electric motors at the front of the car linked to a 7.9kWh battery. It means that the SF90 Spider can travel up to 15 miles on electric power alone.
However, the motors and batteries are really there to assist the car's performance.
How does 0-60mph in under 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 211mph sound?
In total, the combined power output is 986bhp, driven to the wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
Ferrari's F1-derived electronic systems - including traction control, torque vectoring and brake-by-wire control - are fitted to help the car manage both the engine's power and the energy generated by the electric motors to help drivers access the car's potential.
Inside, there's a single 16-inch high-definition screen which is curved towards the driver to make it easier to read. It's backed by a head-up display which projects key information within the driver's field of vision.
The steering wheel, meanwhile, uses touch commands which allows the driver to control various aspects of the car's set-up.
All of the major functions including headlights, windscreen wipers and indicators are located on the wheel, as is the 'Manettino' switch which changes the car's driver modes.
In the middle of the cabin, there's a modern take on the traditional 'open gate' manual gearbox, albeit changing the automatic transmission's settings.
Below this is a storage area for the key, which has been designed to replicate the 'Prancing Horse' badge on the bonnet.
You will need to dig deep to put an SF90 Spider on your driveway though - it's expected to cost more than £420,000... and that's before a visit to Ferrari's options sheet, a list as expansive as it is expensive.