The Tesla Model S Plaid is fast, but can it take on a Ferrari SF90 and Porsche 911 Turbo S in a drag racing shodown? CarWow wanted to find out and pit all three against each other at an airfield. Most know that the Tesla Model S Plaid has a tri-motor setup generating 1,020 hp and 1,047 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in 1.99 seconds.
Varryx recently spied the 2025 F250 Ferrari Hypercar testing in Maranello near the automaker’s headquarters, and this model is rumored to have a hybrid powerplant with numbers that exceed the SF90 Stradale’s 986 hp. The high-voltage stickers you see on this heavily camouflaged vehicle means that it’s a hybrid and most likely an early prototype, especially since it has SF90 taillights.
Professional race car driver Sam Albert stumbled upon a salvaged Ferrari California 4.3L V8 in Michigan and decided to swap it into a Subaru WRX STI rally car after having the engine shipped to Oregon-based Primitive Enterprises. There’s no word on any engine modifications, but the the F136 IB engine makes 454 hp and 358 lb-ft of torque from the factory.
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Liberty Walk is no stranger to supercars, and this blacked out Ferrari 458 Challenge with a carbon fiber body kit is their latest project. The kit itself is called the Silhouette package and consists of a new front grille, splitter, canards, a hood with massive air extractors, and sleek louvers on the front quarter panels.
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is fast, but when pit against a 3,000hp Nissan Patrol SUV, it’s a lot closer than you think. Ferrari’s flagship supercar is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0L V8 engine, paired with three electric motors, that generate a combined 986hp and 590 lb-ft of torque, mated to a eight-speed automatic transmission.
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From afar and even up close, many would mistake this LaFerrari as the real deal, but upon closer inspection, especially the engine, you’ll realize it’s just a masterfully crafted replica. It started by fabricating a custom metal frame and then a fiberglass body kit that matched its real-life counterpart, right down to the vents.
While not as valuable as this Ferrari F40 Competizione in Nardo Gray, the one-off MANSORY Tempesta Verde P800, based on the Ferrari Roma, is unique to say the least. Featuring a full carbon fiber body kit finished in white and green, including a revamped bumper, lots of aerodynamic fins, 812-inspired hood, as well as 21″ / 22″ staggered forged wheels.
Sleek and stylish, the Ferrari Roma Spider was officially revealed this week at an exclusive event at the El Badi Palace in Marrakesh. Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 3.9L V8 engine making 621 hp and 560 lb-ft of torque, mated to an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, enabling it to hit 62 mph in just 3.4-seconds, while toppint out at 199 mph.
It may be a while until we see the Ferrari SF100 Stradale, but an ultra rare 1969 Ferrari 365 GT NART Spyder will set you back a cool $1.375-million USD. Enzo Ferrari approved of this Luigi Chinetti Jr.-designed vehicle in the mid-1980s and a total of two 365 GT supercars were transformed into spyders.
There’s the BSTN GT XI lawnmower, and then the MANSORY F9XX Tempesta Celeste, based on the Ferrari SF90 Spider. It’s limited to 3-units worldwide, with each vehicle being a ‘one of one’, depending on how the customer decides to configure things. Starting with the exterior, it features several forged carbon body parts including enlarged air intakes in the front apron, a full-carbon bonnet, a rear double diffuser and a two-level split spoiler.