Ferrari F8 Tributo India launch in February 2020, Specification Features Price Images :- At the 2019 Geneva motor show which was held earlier this year, Ferrari had showcased its latest mid-engined supercar named the F8 Tributo.
Ferrari F8 Tributo India launch in 2020
It is hugely anticipated that the F8 Tributo is going to be launched in our market in the first quarter of 2020 that is in the month of January-March, and it is going to be priced from Rs 4.02 crore (ex-showroom).
As the name suggests, this latest upcoming mid-engine offering from Ferrari is going to pays tribute to older models of Ferrari V8 Berlinetta. This model is also expected to be the last non-hybrid V8 supercar that the brand is going to produce.
It’s in actual fact a mid-cycle refresh as well as at a quick glance it is difficult to differentiate it from the 488GTB model that it replaces. The F8 Tributo also uses the similar 3.9-litre, twin-turbocharged V8, high-quality engine from the 488 supercar, however it has currently been upgraded to produce 720hp and 770Nm of torque.
Ferrari F8 Tributo Specification Features
The underbody of this new model has been reworked, emphasised by vortex generators as well as a rear diffuser that helps to suck the F8 to the tarmac. In the rear part you will find four round taillights that are placed below a more well-organized and more operational spoiler than its predecessor had.
Ferrari also claims one of its biggest highlight that the F8 Tributo can do the 0-100kph sprint in just 2.9sec, while 0-200kph takes merely 7.8sec. The engine also covers sports louvres that have been inspired from the iconic Ferrari F40.
The supercar can go on to hit a claimed top speed of 340kph, which in turn makes it the fastest series production in the mid-engine Ferrari till date. It is also 40kg lighter as well as it has 15 per cent more downforce than the 488, claimed by the company.
Ferrari F8 Tributo Price Images
Lighter than the 488GTB’s mill, the Tributo’s twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8 also produces the same 710 horsepower as the Pista’s along with this it is also responsible for closely half of the new car’s 88-pound weight loss.
Coming to its design, the F8 Tributo looks quite similar to the 488. However, there are some of the few differentiating factors in the design of the new model which comprises of deeper creases, the S-duct intake at the rear, sharper headlights as well as the twin rear tail-light clusters, which are a modern take on the lights that are present on the 1975 308 GTB – the first eight-cylinder Berlinetta.
Minor changes have been also done inside the F8 Tributo which comprises of the round HVAC vents as well as an optional 7.0-inch performance display that is located in the front of the passenger.