Ferrari is no stranger to cutting-edge technology, but the Prancing Horse has always had something of a stubbornly traditional streak in thoroughbred sports cars. The SF90 represents one of the biggest changes to come from Ferrari since Enzo relented to the mid-engine onslaught in the early '60s — a plugin hybrid architecture that can power the front wheels or operate in front-wheel-drive exclusively in electric-only mode. At the SF90's heart is the most powerful V8 ever in a Ferrari, using twin turbochargers to make 770 horsepower. Three electric motors — two on the front axle and one at the rear — add another 200 and are activated to boost acceleration or add grip if it's required exiting a corner. A dual-clutch eight-speed transmission connects the mid-mounted V8 to the rear wheels. During coasting or breaking, an F1-derived MGUK charges the battery. The latest landmark in Ferrari's lineup is available to order now.