When I started doing this job in 1988, Ferrari had not long before released a handy little device called the F40. It was not just the fastest Ferrari yet, it was the fastest road car from any mainstream manufacturer, ever, and the first indeed to boast a documented top speed on the sphincter-puckering side of 200 mph. It had 478 hp, a figure those of us too junior to be let loose in such weaponry regarded with slack-jawed awe. Spool forward 30 something years to the launch of the SF90, another twin-turbo, mid-engine, two seat V-8 Ferrari.
This one has 986 hp.
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