The Ferrari F8 Tributo made its South Bay debut, allowing clients and prospective owners to experience Ferrari’s mid-rear-engined sports car. The new Ferrari F8 Tributo is the latest in a long and noble bloodline of mid-engined V8 berlinettas. The lineage began in 1975 with the 308 GTB, replacement for the iconic Dino 246 GT. Many of the V6 Dino’s most distinctive design touches were carried over in the Pininfarina-styled body, including the scalloped door intakes, twin circular rear taillights (reintroduced on the F8 Tributo) and the vertical concave rear screen, bounded by distinctive flying buttresses.
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|Type||V8 – 90°|
|Overall Displacement||238.1 cu in|
|Maximum power output*||530k W at 7000 RPM|
|Maximum Torque||567 kw|
|Specific power output||2.35 kw/cu in|
|Max. engine Speed||8,000 RPM|
|Dimensions and Weight|
|Front||245/35 ZR 20 J9|
|Rear||305/30 ZR 20 J11|
|Transmission and Gearbox||Fi 7-speed dual Clutch Gearbox|
|Electronic Controls||SSC 6.1, FDE, F1-Trac, Frd scm-e, E-diff3|
|0-62 MPH||2.9 sec|
|0-124 MPH||7.8 sec|
|Max. Speed||211 MPH|