Only weeks after it was revealed to the world, Ferrari has been out driving the SF90 Spider in Italy.
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The 2021 Ferrari SF90 Spider has been caught testing on the road, just weeks after the model was first unveiled.

The hard-top convertible is powered by a plug-in hybrid 4.0-litre turbocharged V8 engine, with the powertrain producing a total of 745kW and 800Nm, aided by three additional electric motors producing 162kW.

Ferrari says the SF90 can reach 100km/h from a standstill in 2.5 seconds, making it the fastest and most powerful production road car ever offered – even quicker and more powerful than the brand's flagship LaFerrari model from 2013.

The SF90 Spider uses a retractable hard-top, but maintains the same performance figures of the coupe version on which it's based.

YouTube spy channel Varryx spotted the Spider driving on the roads surrounding the Ferrari factory in Maranello, Italy, accompanied by the entry-level 2021 Ferrari Portofino M convertible.

While the SF90 Spider has yet to be confirmed for Australia, there's a very good chance the open-top Ferrari will make its way here, considering 25 of the million-dollar SF90 coupes have been confirmed for our market, and have already sold out.