Ferrari's First Hybrid Supercar Has Nearly 1,000 Horsepower

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Italian supercar maker Ferrari just unveiled the SF90 Stradale, their first production plug-in hybrid and their most powerful road car to date. 

The beast of a car packs a 4-liter turbo V8 with a trio of electric motors that produce a total of 986 hp and can take you to 62 mph in 2.5 seconds with a top speed of 211 mph. 

It's clad with an all-new 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, a fully electric front axle which helps control torque distribution, and is the first Ferrari to come with all-wheel-drive. (Ski trip, anyone?)

The SF90 Stradale can also travel just over 15.5 miles purely on electric power, though that might look a little meager when pulling up to the valet.

The car will be available in both a standard model and an upgrade version complete with carbon fiber and titanium upgrades that deliver weight savings, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2 tires. 

Ferrari hasn't talked pricing or availability yet but we should hear news by the end of the year.