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F8 Spider

The F8 Spider’s greatest achievement is the fact that it unleashes its power instantaneously with zero turbo lag, whilst retaining this V8’s unique and very special soundtrack.
To achieve their goal of making the car’s impressive performance easy to access and control, Ferrari’s engineers worked on integrating engine and aerodynamics performance with the latest iteration of the vehicle dynamics control systems.


Exterior

Designed by the Ferrari Styling Centre, the F8 Spider continues the direction embarked upon with the F8 Tributo which acted as a bridge to a new design language that will continue to emphasise Ferrari’s key characteristics of high performance and extreme aerodynamic efficiency. When designing a spider, the choice of the top will always play a fundamental role in the car’s overall look. For some years now, Ferrari has been adopting a hard top because of the comfort it provides. As a result, the design of the F8 Spider’s lines was crafted around its RHT (Retractable Hard Top).

Engine

With a massive 720 cv and a record specific power output of 185 cv/l, it is the most powerful V8 ever to be mounted in a non-special series Ferrari, achieving new heights not just for turbos, but for engines across the board. The Ferrari F8 Tributo is able to deliver 720 hp at 8,000 rpm and the specific power reached is impressive, 185 hp/l. 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. Specific intake plenums and manifolds with optimised 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.

Aerodynamics

Overall performance levels are significantly higher than those of the 488 Spider, thanks to the increase in power, weight reduction and improved aerodynamic coefficient. That performance is also now accessible to a larger number of drivers thanks to vehicle dynamics systems that make driving on the limit an easier and more confidence-inspiring experience. These include a steering wheel with a smaller-diameter rim and the introduction of the new Ferrari Dynamic Enhancer Plus into the integrated SSC concept, now in 6.1 guise.



Maximum Power
710
Hp
Maximum Speed
211
mph
339 km/h
0-62 mph
2.9
sec
0-100 km/h
Maximum Torque
568
lb⋅ft
Maximum Revs
8000
rpm

Specifications

 

ENGINE

Type 90° V8
Gearbox
F1 Gearbox
Specific Power Output 185 cv/l
Side Slip Angle Control SSC 6.1
Compression Ratio
9.6:1
Maximum Power 710 hp
Maximum torque 568 lbs/ft
Maximum revs 8000 rpm

Dimensions and Weight

Length 181.53 in
Width 77.91 in
Dry Weight 3086 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity 78 l
Weight Distribution 41.5% fr, 58.5% r

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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