Besides the famous internal combustion engine supercars, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and SF90 Spider are a typical part of the “electrification” strategy of the car company from Maranello. This car model is also one of the most expensive mass-produced products that Ferrari is offering to buyers.
However, the Italian supercar company always knows how to make high-end super products like the SF90 even more unique and special, thereby making them make a better impression in the eyes of potential customers. An example that couldn’t be more obvious is this SF90 Spider whose body is painted with two contrasting shades mixed together through a gradient transition effect.
Gradient is a popular technique for applying two or more colors on the same surface with a transition from one color to another. On this SF90 Spider, two gradient colors are mixed together: Nero Daytona black on the front half and Rosso Magma red on the rear.
These seemingly impossible shades were fused by Ferrari designers into a beautiful color range with a bold color transition effect taking place on the side of the car. Thanks to that, outsiders observing this SF90 Spider, if they only look straight from the front or back, will not be able to know the entire uniqueness of the car’s body color and will be surprised in an interesting way when they discover it. . That is also what Ferrari car owners want.
Unlike the exterior, the interior retains the traditional dark color scheme, with black Alcantara upholstery for the racing seats with a large amount of glossy carbon accents. The red prancing horse image on the headrest creates some contrast with the black background of the surrounding interior components.
Ferrari also did not change anything about the hybrid powertrain of this SF90 Spider compared to the standard. The car is still equipped with a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine and three electric motors for a total capacity of 986 horsepower (735 kW / 1,000 PS). Photos of the unique SF90 Spider were shared on the official social network of the Maranello brand without mentioning any other information about its geographical location or the owner.