Ferrari just put the world on notice with the reveal of its new SF90 Stradale. This plug-in hybrid supercar is the most powerful Ferrari ever built, with a total of 986 horsepower coming from a mid-mounted 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 pumping out 740 hp all on its own. The rest of the grunt comes from three electric motors - one in the rear and one on each of the two front wheels - combining to create an all-wheel-drive system.
With so much power and AWD grip, the SF90 takes just 2.6 seconds to hit 60 mph and 6.7 seconds to do 125 mph. Very few cars available today will be able to keep up with the Stradale. But to know for sure, we took a moment to see how it stacks up against some very important rivals.