Not the first time that a Ferrari darted undisturbed through the city streets. Perhaps some will remember the short film entitled C’tait un rendez-vous. 1976 film, in which Claude Lelouch resists, who later turns out to be the protagonist of the film, presumably launched a Ferrari 275 GTB in a completely deserted Paris just before dawn. Later on, the mystery was revealed by Claude Lelouch himself: the car in question was actually a Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 6.9 and the sound of the Ferrari engine was dubbed. Apart from anecdotes, which has become a cult among fans, it is also a source of inspiration for other short films developed along the lines of C’tait un rendez-vous. Like the one titled The Run shot along the streets of Prague, in which a Nissan 350Z runs undisturbed, or Re-Rendezvous starring a Mustang GT, which has Paris as its location again.
Today the original Claude Lelouch has moved to Monte Carlo, and directly involved Ferrari and its driver Charles Leclerc. This time the Rossa di Maranello is real in all respects and it is the most recent SF90 Stradale: the first plug-in hybrid from Casa Ferrari. Car that places three electric motors alongside the supercharged V8 of the Cavallino, two of which positioned along the front axle, while the third between the engine and gearbox. The lithium-ion battery pack allows the SF90 Stradale to travel at zero emissions for about 25 kilometers, at a maximum speed of 135 km / h. More surprising is the figure relating to the overall power of the plug-in hybrid system made in Maranello: 1000 horsepower.
As for the short film by Claude Lelouch, develops along the Monegasque track. In fact, it was shot towards the end of May, just when the Monaco GP was supposed to take place. was shot at dawn along a path closed to traffic. In addition to Charles Leclerc, protagonist together with the SF90 Stradale, also Prince Albert of Monaco, to whom the Ferrari driver acts as a driver for a ride on the Rossa hypercar.
June 17, 2020 (change June 18, 2020 | 10:19 am)
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