Ferrari SF90 XX VS Lamborghini Revuelto Comparison

Ferrari SF90 XX VS Lamborghini Revuelto: What to choose?

Ferrari has introduced the SF90 XX, their latest high-performance model, at the prestigious Pista di Fiorano racetrack. This street-legal version of the SF90 combines lightweight construction, increased power, and refined aerodynamics, making it a unique blend of a racing car and a roadworthy sports car. The SF90 XX showcases advanced aerodynamics and cutting-edge electronics, leading to immense popularity with both the coupe and Spider convertible variants already sold out. On the other hand, the 2024 Lamborghini Revuelto pays homage to various iconic models from the brand’s past while embracing a plug-in hybrid powertrain. With a total output of 1001 horsepower, the Revuelto features a mid-mounted V-12 engine, assisted by electric motors and an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Although some purists may have concerns, Lamborghini assures them that the added electrification enhances the supercar experience.

Ferrari SF90 XXLamborghini Revuelto
Dimensions190.94 in x 79.29 in x 48.23 in194.72 in x 80.03 in x 45.66 in
Engine4.0L twin-turbo V86.5L naturally aspirated V12
Horsepower1016 hp1001 hp
Torque593 lb-ft725 nm
0-60 MPH2.0 sec2.3 sec
0-100 MPH6.0 sec6.4 sec
Top-Speed200 mph217 mph
Specs

Ferrari SF90 XX

Ferrari SF90 XX VS Lamborghini Revuelto

Engine, Power & Performance

The plug-in hybrid powertrain for the SF90 XX vehicles is the same as the one for the normal model and consists of a twin-turbocharged V-8 engine and three electric motors. Ferrari engineers have modified the twin-turbo V-8 engine to increase its output for the SF90 XX, though. New pistons have been installed. The compression ratio has been raised, and the inlet and exhaust ports of the V-8 have been polished. 786 horsepower is the peak power, an increase of 17 horsepower. With the addition of the new Extra Boost capability for the electric motors. The system’s overall output increased by 30 horsepower to 1016 horsepower. According to Ferrari’s official claim, the SF90 can reach 62 mph in 2.3 seconds. Which is 0.2 seconds faster than the Ferrari.

Price & Features

Only 599 SF90 XX Spiders and 799 SF90 XX Stradale coupes will be produced; all have been reserved. A coupe costs almost $844,000 at the current currency rate. Even more expensive, the Spider costs about $932,000. No matter where they go, these will be collectible. Though Ferrari wouldn’t disclose how many of each will end up in North America. The internal door-panel design was inspired by the fender-mounted air inlets. And the new outlets on the hood are embellished with contrasting paint. Less material is used on the center console. Which is covered with stunning matte-finished carbon fiber rather than leather or plastic. The power window switches have been moved farther back. And the chrome gear selector for the eight-speed gearbox has been pushed forward on the center console.

Lamborghini Revuelto

Ferrari SF90 XX VS Lamborghini Revuelto

Engine, Power & Performance

When it comes to performance, this bull is no ballerina. The mid-mounted, 6.5-liter V12 with 814 hp and a redline of 9500 rpm is naturally aspirated. Two of the three electric motors included in the powertrain are used to drive the front wheels, and the third is used to assist the V-12 gasoline engine at the back axle and is incorporated into the eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. This powerplant has the highest cumulative output of any Lamborghini ever at 1001 horsepower. Furthermore, it surpasses the 986-hp Ferrari SF90 Stradale to become the fastest plug-in hybrid ever. According to Lamborghini, the car can hit 62 mph in less than 2.5 seconds and have a top speed of more than 217 mph.

Price & Features

If you’re interested in Lambo’s new 1000-hp PHEV, you’d better start saving your money right away since it won’t be cheap. You might be able to sell some of your art. The Revuelto is estimated to start at $890,000. In contrast to other Lambos, Revuelto’s interface is largely digital. The majority of the car’s controls, including those for the climate, are located on an 8.4-inch infotainment touchscreen, but there is also a 9.1-inch screen on the passenger-side dashboard that displays information that could make someone motion sick, like speed, drive gear, and torque distribution. The 12.3-inch gauge cluster is managed by a third display. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are wireless as standard.

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