For comparison, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is powered by a 4.-liter twin-turbo V8 and a few electrical motors building a combined 986 horsepower. In the SF90, -sixty mph normally takes 2.5 seconds prior to the electrified prancing horse maxes out at 211 mph. It’s surely no slouch, but the Rimac Nevera is in a different league.
In each cars, electrical power is sent to all four wheels. The only benefit the SF90 has around the Rimac is mass: Ferrari’s hybrid hypercar weighs three,902 kilos, whereas the heavier all-electrical Nevera has a suppress excess weight of 4,739 kilos.
In the very first drag race, the Rimac Nevera completely annihilates the SF90. Carwow’s Mat Watson blames his slower reaction time in the SF90, but the SF90 receives crushed all over again in the next race. Even when dishonest by racing off the line early, the SF90 was still no match for the Nevera.