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€500,000 accident: Ferrari SF90 crashes into parked cars

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The crash happened in the British town of Halesowen. Even if there is no precise information on how the accident happened, only two scenarios are conceivable: either the driver was distracted and was not looking at the road, or he is in control of the 1000 hp Ferrari that can reach speeds of up to 340 km/h lost.

The Ferrari crashed head-on into the parked cars

The result is the same: The Ferrari, which is now worth more than 500,000 euros, crashed head-on into a row of parked cars. The damage to the SF90 is extensive, with the front hood ripped off, a headlight missing and the airbags deployed.

Is the hybrid technology damaged?

But what is even worse is that the technology for the front electric motors is located in the trunk of the SF90 and the so-called “Rac-e unit” appears to be damaged. The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a plug-in hybrid car, whose 780 hp V8 biturbo is supported by three electric motors.

Ferrari specifies the system performance as 1000 hp and 800 Nm. 100 km/h after just 2.5 seconds, 200 km/h after just 6.7 seconds. At the same time, the SF90 should be able to drive up to 25 kilometers purely electrically thanks to a battery with a capacity of 7.9 kWh.

If the complicated technology has actually been damaged, this could make repairs more difficult – but at least make it significantly more expensive. But the broken Ferrari is currently confiscated anyway, because the driver simply ran away after the crash. 1000 hp cars are not toys!

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