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.
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.