Jessica Lynn WalkerCar and Driver
The 710-hp 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo may borrow elements from the 488 Pista as a mid-cycle update for the 488GTB, but it’s still one of the best V-8 Ferraris ever. Read the full story here.
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Ferrari says the F8 Tributo’s new bodywork, which is largely shared with the F8 Spider, is 10 percent more aerodynamically efficient than the 488GTB and generates 15 percent more downforce.
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The F8 Tributo’s new nose features compact horizontal LED headlights topped by new brake cooling ducts.
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The F8 Tributo is a new model, but its aluminum spaceframe dates back to the 458 Italia, and its twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8 has been around 2016.
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The Tributo is most attractive from the rear. Its larger rear spoiler that wraps around its four round taillights that hark back to some of Ferrari’s classic mid-engine V-8 models.
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The F8’s louvered, clear-plastic engine cover is part of the weight-saving regimen that shaved 88 pounds from the car versus the 488.
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Ferrari claims the F8 weighs a tidy 3164 pounds. We expect it to run to 60 mph in a mere 2.7 seconds.
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Handed down from the special-edition 488 Pista, the F8’s twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8 cranks out 710 horsepower at 8000 rpm and 568pound-feet of torque at 3250 rpm.
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Our test car’s carbon-fiber intake manifold for the V-8 is a $9787 option.
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Inside the F8 are new round air vents, simple controls, and large carbon-fiber paddle shifters. The view out the front is expansive, thanks to the low cowl and an upright seating position.
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An optional 7.0-inch performance display puts a redundant tachometer and speedometer in front of the F8’s passenger.
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