Although I'm not really a big Ferrari guy, I do not want to apologize for how much I liked the 458 Italia and now its turbocharger successor, the 488. And the new 488 Pista is the one that you want The most powerful V8 engine from Ferrari with 711 hp. Now this weekend in Pebble Beach we were rewarded with the Convertible Spider variant of the 488 Pista. I can imagine worse ways to work on your tan.
According to a press release, Ferrari said that the 488 Pista Spider in the US – including with a very America-appropriate white-and-blue color scheme – "was a natural choice because since the 1950s, North American customers have always been avid connoisseurs of high performance "God knows I am."
Ferrari says this car, like the hardtop Pista, with knowledge of the 488 Challenge and 488 GTE race cars. The 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 seats the previously mentioned 711 HP and 568 lb-ft of torque, numbers that are hard to dispute. Even more difficult to argue about is the relatively lightweight curb weight of 3,042 pounds, or the fact that in just 2.85 seconds, there's nothing like 60 (Of course, Ferrari says these power numbers happen with hard to get 98 octane gas, but I'm sure premium is going well.)
So it feels more like a race car , has Ferr Ari draped the interior with Alcantara and carbon fiber, replaced the floor mats with aluminum panels and replaced the door handles with simple leather straps. Did not you always think door handles were unnecessary? It's great to see someone agree. Anyway, I dig the Pista. You should buy three of them.