Bespoke: Ferrari SF90 Stradale Rosso Taormina
Ferrari presented its second creation celebrating 10 years of the Ferrari Cavalcade rally, a model this time developed around the SF90 Stradale and named after Rosso Taormina.
The prancing horse manufacturer’s Tailor Made department has no shortage of ideas, and Ferrari does not hesitate to let us know regularly. All occasions are good to showcase its work and the Italian manufacturer recently announced that it has designed five special models to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the “Ferrari Cavalcade” gathering. These models have finishes inspired by the regions crossed by this gathering.
Following in the footsteps of the Ferrari 812 Competizione Blu Capri, the first of these five achievements, today arrives the Ferrari SF90 Stradale Rosso Taormina whose finishes are inspired by Etna, a Sicilian volcano which culminates at 3,357 meters above sea level. and is the highest active volcano in Europe.
The « Rosso Taormina » livery recalls the charred slopes of Mount Etna, with a « deep and earthy shade of red », explains Ferrari, which has also taken up the color to apply it to the vehicle’s interior trim. As with the 812 Competizione Blu Capri, Ferrari designers placed a racing number on the doors of their model, along with the Italian and American flags.
The SF90 Stradale itself designed as part of an anniversary, in this case the 90th anniversary of the brand celebrated in 2019, embeds under its body a 90° turbo V8 block of 780 hp and 800 Nm installed in the rear central position , to which are associated three electric motors. The set guarantees a total power of 1,000 hp sent to all four wheels via an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, and allows the model to evolve to 340 km/h after having shot down the 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds. .
Source and photos: Ferrari/FB