Ferrari has revealed the new F8 Tributo ahead of a public debut at the Geneva motor show.
The F8 Tributo replaces the 488 GTB in Ferrari’s range. The engine looks to have been carried over with power coming from the brand’s 3.9-litre turbocharged V8 producing 530kW of power at 8000rpm and 770Nm of torque at 3250rpm. A seven-speed dual-clutch transmission sends power to the rear wheels.
Ferrari claims the F8 Tributo is 40kg lighter than its predecessor with a dry weight of 1330kg. The all-important sprint to triple figures takes 2.9 seconds, while the 0 to 200km/h dash takes only 7.8 seconds on the way to a top speed of 340km/h.
The exterior features a new bonnet with a redesigned S-Duct, new horizontal LED headlights that incorporate updated brake cooling intakes and restyled front and rear bumpers.
On the inside, the car maintains the driver-oriented layout with a redesigned dash, door panels and transmission tunnel. Also new are the round air vents, steering wheel and 7.0-inch passenger touchscreen display.
Update: Ferrari has confirmed the F8 Tributo will be priced from $484,888 plus on-road costs when it arrives locally in early 2020.
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