Ferrari has replaced the 488 Spider with the F8 Spider and added another 50 hp. In addition, the open sports car saves another 20 kg compared to its predecessor. The further developed V8 biturbo has a total displacement of 3'902 ccm and puts 720 hp on the ground at 8'000 rpm. Maximum torque grew throughout the rev range and now tops out at 770 Nm at 3'250 rpm. This means that the hard-top racer has the same performance data as the Ferrari F8 Tributo, which is also turbocharged. With these prerequisites, the V8 Spider should accelerate to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds and to 200 km/h in 8.2 seconds.CONTACT CONFIGURATOR
The lines of the F8 Spider were designed entirely around the RHT (retractable hardtop). It takes just 14 seconds for the F8 to fully fold or unfold its roof. All this at speeds of up to 45 km/h. Other visual features of the F8 include a front end redesigned around the S-shaped air duct (S-Duct) and a redesigned, larger rear spoiler. Underneath, the Spider wears classic twin taillights. Inside, features include new seats, a central switch console with aluminum surround, and the optional 7-inch touchscreen on the passenger side.
The overall performance is significantly higher than that of the 488 Spider. This is due to the power increase described above, the weight reduction and the improved drag coefficient. Thanks to state-of-the-art driving dynamics solutions that make it easier to drive at the limit and convey a feeling of safety, this driving performance is now available to more and more drivers. These include a smaller diameter steering wheel and the integration of the new Ferrari Dynamic Enhancer Plus (FDE+) into the Side Slip Control system (SCC), now in version 6.1, which is now also activated when the Manettino is in the Race position.
720 HP (530 kW) at 8'000 RPM
2.9 SEC 0-100 km/h