Ferrari's range-topping plug-in hybrid supercar, the SF90 Stradale, has arrived in Australia bearing an $846,888 drive-away price.
Unlike LaFerrari, the SF90 Stradale is a Ferrari hybrid you can actually buy. It's technically a 'range' model, so you don't need a garage full of classic cars from the Prancing Horse to secure a build slot.
"Anyone can come and buy an SF90," said Peter Sutton, Ferrari Australasia sales manager.
"In previous collections ... [buyers] had to have a certain portfolio to be eligible to purchase some of [Ferrari's] vehicles.
"Now the strategy is that we have a hypercar, our first plug-in hybrid, and that is open to every person to purchase."
That's not to say it'll be common – Ferrari refused to confirm how many cars Australia has been assigned, but expect to see a production run of three years. According to Mr Sutton, our first-year allocation is "nearly exhausted".
Power in the SF90 comes from a plug-in hybrid powertrain making 735kW from its 3.9-litre turbocharged V8 engine and three electric motors.
As a result, the car will hit 100km/h in just 2.5 seconds from standstill, and flat out you'll be doing 340km/h.
Using the front-mounted electric motors, Ferrari has developed an active torque-vectoring system called RAC-E, capable of sending torque to the outside wheels to tuck the car's nose into corners.
When they're not fighting understeer, the e-motors can power the SF90 for 25km without intervention from the internal-combustion engine.
Inside, the SF90 Stradale debuts a new interior design for Ferrari. There's a 16-inch digital display in front of the driver, while the button-heavy wheel now features touch controls.
The centre console is home to an automatic gear shifter modelled on an open-gate manual, in a nod to those who love three-pedal cars.
Along with the 'stock' SF90, an Assetto Fiorano package will be offered with a more aggressive aero package, multimatic shock absorbers, carbon-fibre doors and underbody, and titanium springs and exhaust resulting in a 30kg weight reduction.
It also ditches the standard 20-inch alloy wheels, which are wrapped in Pirelli P Zero 225/35 front and 315/30 rear tyres, for lightweight 20-inch carbon-fibre rims wearing sticky 255/35 Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 hoops at the front and 315/30 at the rear.
Pricing for the Assetto Fiorano package hasn't been revealed.