The Most Expensive Car In Charles Leclerc’s Collection
Scuderia Ferrari’s top F1 driver deserves nothing less than the best to wear the prancing horse badge. According to 21Motoring, the Monégasque has a Ferrari GTC4 Lusso ($300,000), a Ferrari Portofino ($227,000), a Ferrari 488 Pista Spider ($350,000), and a Ferrari 812 Superfast, the latter costing upwards of $330,000. The video below by TheTFJJ shows Leclerc taking his Ferrari 488 Spider for a spin around the streets of Monaco.
The most expensive Ferrari in Leclerc’s garage is the amazing SF90 Stradale, the first-ever Ferrari with a plug-in hybrid architecture. But unlike other plug-in hybrids, the SF90 Stradale rockets from 0 to 60 mph in 2.0 seconds, as found in Car and Driver’s official testing. It also reached the quarter-mile in a bewildering 9.5 seconds at 148 mph, making it the quickest vehicle tested by the publication. It’s the type of performance expected from a $507,000 supercar with a twin-turbo gasoline V8 engine, three electric motors, and a combined 986 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque (per The Car Guide).
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September 20, 2022 at 07:06PM