Ferrari’s Model Hierarchy Explained
Ferrari does not practice continuity of its model names. Meaning, there is no such thing as a second-generation 360 or F430; they just get discontinued and replaced by a new model altogether. There is nevertheless clear delineation between the segments segregated by their engine configurations.
Traditionally, the Berlinetta family sits below the V12 flagships, but the SF90 re-writes that rule completely by adopting the mid-engine V8 configuration yet ruling the performance roost. And, unlike the limited-run LaFerrari, the SF90 is a regular series production model.