This week Ferrari introduces its fastest production car to date with the SF90 Stradale. Boasting a turbocharged V8 engine that cranks out 986 horsepower, the exotic vehicle further stands out as it is a plug-in hybrid.

In addition to Ferrari's most powerful V8 yet, the SF90 Stradale has three electric motors, two in the front and one in the back, adding 217 horsepower to the existing 760 from the V8. The all-wheel drive ride also comes with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission that shifts faster and weighs approximately 22 pounds less than the manufacturer's current seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

Weighing in at 3,461 pounds, Ferrari's SF90 Stradale transitions from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 2.5 seconds. And while the car does have a full electric range of 15.5 miles, the electric motors are beneficial in other areas, including torque vectoring and traction enhancement.

Lastly, the interior of the SF90 Stradale houses a massive 16-inch display as well as touch pads on the steering wheel to control the instrument cluster.

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