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488 PISTA

The Ferrari 488 Pista is powered by the most powerful V8 engine in the Maranello marque’s history and is the company’s special series sports car with the highest level yet of technological transfer from racing. In fact the name, meaning ‘track’ in Italian, was chosen specifically to testify to Ferrari’s unparalleled heritage in motor sports.


The adrenaline of the track, on every road.

Technically, the Ferrari 488 Pista encompasses all of the experience built up on the world’s circuits by the 488 Challenge and the 488 GTE. For over 25 years, Maranello has been organising the most prestigious of all one-make championships, the Ferrari Challenge, in which over 100 drivers split into three continental series do battle at the wheel. Last year saw the introduction of the 488 Challenge, the first model in the series to be equipped with a turbo engine. The Ferrari 488 GTE is instead the car fielded in the FIA World Endurance Championship, the pinnacle of GT racing, where it has won two consecutive GT Manufacturers’ titles and no less than five titles in total since the championship’s inception in 2012. Thanks to wins in both the Pro and Am categories, the 488 GTE has taken no fewer than 35 out of the 50 races run to date.

Reshaping the wind

The already-exceptional aerodynamic efficiency of the 488 GTB has been improved by 20%, with major benefits in terms of absolute speed and lap times on medium-fast tracks as well as sheer fun behind the wheel.

Essential to the development of the Ferrari 488 Pista’s aerodynamics was the wealth of knowledge Ferrari has built up on previous and parallel projects where the aerodynamics department was able to test new and efficient solutions, integrating ideas developed for the 488 Challenge and the 488 GTE.

Essence visible to the eyes.

The designers used innovative elements, such as the aerodynamic S-Duct at the front, as an opportunity to visually shorten the car’s nose, creating an original floating wing effect. The black, omega-shaped edging on the front bumpers and the side flicks reference the prominent aerodynamic underbody motif of the 488 GTE.



Maximum Power
710
Hp
Maximum Speed
211
mph
330 km/h
0-62 mph
2.85
sec
0-100 km/h
Maximum Torque
568
lb-ft
Maximum Revs
8,000
rpm

Specifications

 

ENGINE

Type V8 – 90°
Bore/Stroke 86,5 x 83 mm (3.4 x 3.3 in)
Boot capacity 6,00 l (8.12 cu ft)
Compression Ratio 9.4:1
Maximum Power 710 hp (670 CV) at 8000 rpm
Specific power output 2,23 cv/l
Maximum torque 586 lb-ft at 3000 RPM
Maximum revs 8000 RPM

Dimensions and Weight

Length 181.3 in
Width 77.8 in
Height 47.5 in
Wheelbase 104.3 in
Front Track 66.1 in
Rear Track 64.8 in
Dry Weight 2822 lbs
Kerb Weight 6730 lbs
Weight Distribution 41,5% front – 58,5% rear
Fuel Tank 78 l

LOCATION

Ferrari of Greenwich

342 West Putnam Avenue

Greenwich, CT 06830

CONTACT

SALES: 866-295-4892

SERVICE: 866-295-4979

Email us

HOURS

Monday - Friday:

9:00AM - 6:00PM

Saturday:

9:00AM - 4:00PM

Sunday:

Closed

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