All eyes are on Ferrari headed into the Geneva Auto Show (March 5th, 2019)…
So, what does the Italian supercar maker do? They unveil a 488 replacement, ahead of schedule!
For those who are hoping for an SUV to make its way into the stable, you had better keep your fingers crossed, because this announcement has taken over our feeds today.
With a recent release of a newer, higher-powered version of the 488 hitting the streets, this was rather surprising. Not just to us, but most supercar news stations across the globe. We’re talking about the 488 Pista of course.
Based on what we can tell, this model will share loads of similarities between the 488 GTB/Pista, the GTC4 Lusso, and the 812 Superfast in terms of styling.
Here’s the direction they’re headed in 2020 with the F8 Tributo.
Clearly, the F8 Tributo offers a departure from the 488’s (original) styling, especially when you look at it from the rear end. The rest of the exterior seems to take inspiration from their existing platform that currently in production already.
Much like any successor in the world of supercars, the key factors always come down to performance and the introduction of new technology.
Here’s how the F8 Tributo stacks up!
The interior looks very familiar to us and likely to you as well.
Does the Ferrari F8’s interior look stale?
We’re excited to learn more about it and see how it performs on track. As far as adding one to our fleet, we’re in the same bin as the prancing horse SUV fanboys. 🤞
Check out more of the F8’s design features from the Geneva Motor Show thanks to Clint Simone from Motor1.com.
Does the F8 Tributo get your motor going or keep you at idle? Answer in the comment section below.
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