There are F8 Tributo's and then there is this F8 Tributo!
The exterior has been tastefully upgraded with a sleek Matte Black
Wrap (easily removable and restored back to Factory Glossy Black),
A lowered stance via Novitec Springs, and Forgiato wheels really
set off the amazing stance of the F8.
Not to be outdone, the interior has been seamlessly upgraded with a
custom Starlight Headliner that allows for multiple colors via a
handheld remote control a truly one of a kind luxury
The exhaust has system has been livened up via a Gintani Custom
exhaust (OEM Exhaust included and can be swapped back in)
Complete with keys, books, tools, car covers, and battery tender,
this F8 boasts a Clean 1 Owner Carfax report and retains
approximately 28 months on it's factory warranty and 6 years of its
included factory maintenance contract.
With just over 1,700 miles, this Sleek Stallion is ready to
Factory Options Include:
- Adaptive Frontlight System - Red Brake Calipers - Colored Inner
Detail - Matte Black Front Lid Collar - Colored Safety Belts -
Suspension Lifter - Cavallino Stitched on Headrest - Sport Tailpipe
Tips - Advance Front Driving Camera - Additional Colored Mats with
Logo - Homelink - Carbon Fiber Steering Wheel + LED - Scuderia
- Parking Camera
- 20" Forged Diamond Wheels
- Full Electric Seats
- Red Air Vent Grip on Dashboard
- Colored Special Stitching
- Colored Steering Wheel
- Seats with Special Design
- Upper Part of Passenger Compartment in Leather
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About the F8 Tributo:
The Ferrari F8 Tributo (Type F142MFL) is a mid-engine update to the
488 with notable exterior and performance changes. It was unveiled
at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
The F8 Tributo uses the same engine from the 488 Pista, a 3.9 L
twin-turbocharged V8 engine which has a power output of 710HP and
568 lb�ft of torque, making it the most powerful conventional
V8-powered Ferrari produced to date. Specific intake plenums and
manifolds with optimized fluid-dynamics improve the combustion
efficiency of the engine, thanks to the reduction of the
temperature of the air in the cylinder, which also helps boost
power. The increase in performance is provided in a more reactive
way thanks to lightening solutions on the rotating masses, such as
the F1 derived titanium connecting rods.
The exhaust layout and the Inconel manifolds have been completely
modified up to the terminals. The F8 Tributo also uses turbo rev
sensors, developed in the 488 Challenge, to maximize the efficiency
of the turbochargers based on the demand for power from the pedal.
The transmission is a 7-speed dual clutch automatic unit with
improved gear ratios.
Several new software features are installed on the F8 which are
controlled via the manettino dial on the steering wheel. The car is
equipped with Ferrari's latest Side Slip Angle Control traction-
and stability-control program. Additionally, the Ferrari Dynamic
Enhancer, an electronic program for managing drifts, can now be
used in the Race drive mode. Claimed manufacturer performance for
the F8 Tributo is 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds, 0-124 mph in 7.6
seconds, with a top speed of 211 mph. Ferrari also stated that the
Tributo's downforce has been increased by 15 percent as compared to
the 488 GTB.
The front of the car is characterised by the S-Duct (originally
featured on the 488 Pista) around which the entire front end of the
car has been redesigned, with additional air intakes above the
headlights. The front is completed by side aerodynamic intakes
which are integrated into the shape of the bumper and feature two
aerodynamic side splitters in black. The radiator packs are tilted
towards the rear, using a flat undertray to channel the hot air and
minimise the thermal interaction with the flows inside the wheel
arch. The car also features quad taillamps, a feature that was last
seen in the V8 lineage on the F430. At the rear, it sports a
louvered clear engine cover made from lightweight Lexan which pays
homage to the F40 and a wrap-around rear spoiler inspired by the
308 GTB, with additional air intakes on either side.
The interior has received updates as well: the dashboard,
instrument housing, and door panels are new. The two-tone color
scheme seen on the 488 has also been replaced. An 8.5 inch
passenger touchscreen display is also standard as a part of the HMI
(Human Machine Interface). The dash now incorporates an aluminum
sail panel supporting the central satellite navigation system and
continuing into the dash itself.