The Ferrari 488 GTB is in Red History. In its place is now the Ferrari F8 Tributo, with 720 hp in the rear of the most powerful eight-cylinder Ferrari ever. He premieres at the Geneva Motor Show.
Ferrari is upgrading its mid-engine sports car and putting the successor to the 488 GTB in the limelight in Geneva. On the drive side, it remains true while the 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, but was in the new F8 Tributo to whopping 720 hp at 8,000 tours and a maximum torque of 770 Nm at 3,250 / min performance increased. No other Ferrari V8 has ever had so much power. This should accelerate the dry 1,330-pound Ferrari F8 Tributo in just 2.9 seconds from zero to 100 km / h. 200 km / h is already after 7.8 seconds on the clock. The maximum speed is only 340 km / h.
Double tail lights and F40 rear window
Of course, the design line was also visually enhanced for the Ferrari F8 Tributo. The front of the 4,611-millimeter-long, 1,979-millimeters-wide and 1,206-millimeter-high Ferrari F8 Tributo is strongly influenced by the installation of the S-Duct, which alone provides a 15 percent increase in contact pressure compared to the 488 GTB. Also new are the even more compact, horizontally installed LED headlights, which make room for new brake ventilation channels. The new modeled, slotted rear window from Lexan brings out the engine compartment and is reminiscent of the legendary F40. The new rear spoiler sums up the likewise new round double tail lights. Even so, Ferrari takes on old traditions.
In the interior, all components such as a dashboard, air vents, controls, door trim, steering wheel, and tunnel have been completely redesigned. The operating system has been expanded with a new 7-inch touch screen passenger display. Was also added to the vehicle dynamics systems. Thus, among other things, the drift mode has been further refined.