Billionaire Gautam Singhania, the owner of Raymonds Group in India owns a splendid range of cars including McLaren 570S, McLaren 720S, Ferrari 348 GTB, multiple Lamborghinis and many other rare and exotic vehicles. Singhania recently bought a brand-new Ferrari SF90 Stradale in the UK and bought the vehicle back to India on the carnet. Here is the first glimpse of Singhania driving the Ferrari around the roads of Mumbai.
The video is by CS12 Vlogs shows Singhania driving the Ferrari SF90 Stradale alone on the roads of Mumbai. The latest Ferrari SF90 Stradale is accompanied by a heavily modified Ford Mustang and a Mahindra Scorpio, which is most likely carrying the security guards of Singhania.
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The SF90 Stradale is rare in India. Till now, there is one resident SF90 that is in a Chennai garage. Singhania’s SF90 is likely to be the second such example in India. The SF90 gets the UK registration plates, which means that it will go back from India in a few days.
Singhania is spotted inside the Rosso Corna SF90 but the cabin colours are not clearly visible.
Ferrari SF90 Stradale
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is quite different from the model line-up. It is the first car in the Ferrari line-up that gets the PHEV or Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle. There are three electric motors integrated into the internal combustion engine. Two of these motors are located on the front axle while the third motor is located at the rear between the engine and the gearbox.
The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine comes from the Ferrari 488 Pista. It produces a maximum power of 769 Bhp and a peak torque of 800 Nm. The electric motors add another 217 Bhp. The Ferrari SF90 Stradale gets active aerodynamics as well. Just like most other modern-day Ferrari cars, the SF90 gets shut-off Gurney that can be opened or closed as per the car’s requirement to generate downforce.
It gets a 7.9 kWh battery pack as well. The SF90 Stradale can go 26 km on pure electric power from the battery. In fact, it can reach a top speed of 134 km/h only on electric mode. The powertrain transfers the power to the rear wheels through an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Official figures claim that the Ferrari SF90 can do 0-100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds and can reach a top speed of 341 km/h.
Gautam Singhania is a car fanatic
Gautam Singhania owns cars in India, UAE and the UK. He spends time at all three places and sometimes gets his cars to drive around in India. The billionaire owns the race-spec Ferrari 458 Challenger that he uses to participate in many Ferrari tournaments. He also owns several high-end SUVs as well. Singhania is the only Indian to own both McLaren 570S and 720S.
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