Among the world leaders of the fastest super car, Ferrari has introduced its most powerful super car F8 Tributo. The F8 Tributo is said to be the strongest V8 engine carry super car by the company. According to the Ferrari, The F8 Tributo is there to pay homage to its most iconic Ferraris like the 308 GTB and the F40 through its styling and extraordinary touches.
The Tributo’s brakes remain within their preferential temperature zone. Alongside that there’s a spoiler with an effective “blown spoiler” design. On the other hand, the rear flanks of the car hide the engine air intakes beneath the tail lights.
The F8 Tributo besides all its feature and engine, the most striking feature is the styling its headlights and tail lamps. The front sports a pinched a horizontal LED headlight design which is a more solid than before.
The design is ducted by the Ferrari engineer to allow fresh air into the wheel arches to cool the brakes. The front also wears the S-Duct, a feature that made its debut on the 488 Pista. The 488 GTB o F8 Tributo is redesigned exclusively for the model to result in an impressive 15% contribution to the overall increase in downforce.
Now the interior, the cabin of super car is renovated, and the company claims that every single element of the dash, door panels, and tunnel has been entirely redesigned. For the F8 Tributo, the steering wheel is smaller to make the car feel more lively and agile. Besides that, few buttons have also been added. Also new are the latest generation HMI (Human Machine Interface), round air vents, and an 8.5” passenger touchscreen display.
The highlight of the new Ferrari F8 Tributo is the 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 producing 710 horsepower and 568 pound-feet of torque. The company claims that even though its exhaust gases are being forced through two turbines, there’s still an “evocative soundtrack. Well the experts are expecting this supercar to hit the 100 Kmh in 2.9 seconds. And the top speed, on the roads and grim determination to go looking for it, will be 340 km/h, or 211 mph.