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Ferrari selects YASA Electric Motor for SF90 Stradale, the company’s first hybrid production series supercar

YASA, the leading manufacturer of axial-flux electric motors, announced that a YASA electric motor powers Ferrari’s first hybrid series production sports car, the SF90 Stradale.

YASA has been working closely with Ferrari over the past two and a half years, developing a custom version of its electric motor that meets Ferrari’s performance specifications. The SF90 Stradale was launched by Ferrari on 29 May in Maranello, Italy.

YASA’s innovative axial-flux electric motor designs offer best-in-class power and torque densities. They are suited to both hybrid and pure electric vehicle applications. The custom YASA motor in the SF90 Stradale is highly compact with a world-leading power density of 14 kW/kg, allowing Ferrari to deliver unparalleled vehicle performance whilst reducing vehicle weight. The motors will be manufactured in YASA’s production facility in Oxford, UK.


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would be cool if electric motor engineering dev was accelerated with an anything goes approach in the F1 and Formula E (ok, and Electric GT) series. Ferrari could use a YASA KERS system!

Anna Shetty

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Considering the improvements associated with F1, I would expect more interesting stuff shared with mass production cars
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