Let's say the run-of-the-mill Ferrari isn't enough for you. That's where the once track-only Ferrari’s XX program plays a role for those with seriously deep pockets and the desire to do track time. The program has been around for nearly 20 years, but now it's going one further by creating two roadgoing cars known as the SF90 XX Stradale and SF90 XX Spider. The good news is that these cars in no way compromise on exclusive performance, tech, and looks. 

sf90 xx

The coupe you see above is the hard-top version, of which only 799 will be made. The convertible or Spider you see below will be made in even lower numbers, to the tune of 599. Each SF90 XX will be powered by a plug-in hybrid V8 powertrain. The V8 will be complemented by not one, not two, but three electric motors for a total of 1,016 horsepower. It probably would've been enough to just have the V8, which is rated at a substantial 769 hp. The electric drivetrain can provide a temporary power boost function can reduce lap times by a 1/4 second on the famous Fiorano circuit.

ferrari sf90 xx

If you think over 1k horsepower is a lot, you're right. The car rockets to 60 mph from a standstill in a mere 2.3 seconds, topping out at 199 mph. The electric-only top speed is a more-than-respectable 84 mph and a range of 15.5 miles without gas. The SF90 XX also gets large brakes than the stock SF90 for the kind of stopping power and heat dispersion needed for a day of track runs. 


Inside, you'll find carbon fiber racing seats, a special center stack that mimics the car's dramatic exterior styling. Of course, there's no manual transmission (waaahh!), which Ferrari did away with years ago (the 2009 California). Shifting duties come by way of a modified eight-speed dual clutch transmission, that no doubt fires off quicker shifts than the version found in the regular SF90. A big gauge cluster provides data, and there appears to be a smaller screen for the passenger. 


The asking price? A cool $840,000 for the coupe and thousands more for the Spider. The limited production cars have, unsurprisingly, been spoken for. Good luck paying the same price in the aftermarket... easily over a million, if not twice the price.