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2020 Ferrari Tributo vs 2019 Ferrari 488 GTB - AutoSpoiler

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The all new Ferrari F8 Tributo, Ferrari's Latest Mid-Engine V8 Supercar. It will be lighter, far more powerful, more aerodynamically efficient, and possess a far more advanced stability control system that will make it easier to fully exploit the car’s power and capability.

F8 Tributo’s 3902cc V8 is an evolution of the 488 twin-turbo V8, much related to the 488 Pista version of the powertrain. It spools up 710 horsepower, a tick over 49 horsepower more than the outgoing 488. At 710 horsepower, F8 Tributo matches the challenge posed by the McLaren 720S. The engine produces 182 horsepower per liter, the highest specific output for a road-going Ferrari V8.

Important for grand touring on open roads, F8 Tributo produces 568 lb. ft. of torque at a very low 3250 rpm. If the character of the 488 is any indicator, once on the boil a driver will rarely let revs drop much below 4000 rpm anyway. In short, this engine will have the goods.

Ferrari states that the engine will deliver power without any hint of turbo lag. The 488 warrants the term “virtually no lag” so one can assume Ferrari has honed further.

Ferrari has announced acceleration times of 2.9 seconds to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) using the Launch system of the gearbox, which is engaged with a big button on the center console. Two hundred km/h (124 mph) comes up in 7.8 seconds, which means this car will be easily into the low ten-second range in the quarter-mile.

Ferrari will retain its status as the supercar benchmark with F8 Tributo. What comes after Tributo will be equally exciting. Perhaps a hybrid version or even a very hard-edged and slightly smaller V6 twin-turbo version, a modern-day Dino that will allow slight growth in the number of cars produced annually without diluting the importance of the F8 Tributo.

Photo Credits: Motor1 & Ferrari/Forbes

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