The twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 makes 720PS (710hp) and 770Nm (568lb-ft) of torque. This places it way above the Lamborghini Huracan Performante and Porsche 911 GT2 RS, and in the exact same zone as the mighty McLaren 720S.
Officially, it takes just 2.85 seconds to reach 100km/h (62mph) from a standstill and 7.6sec for the 0-200km/h (0-124mph) sprint, while Ferrari claims it reaches a top speed of more than 340km/h (211mph).
Aerodynamic updates, derived from the world of racing that increase its downforce by over 20 percent compared to the 488 GTB, along with many updates made beneath its new sheet metal make it one of the hottest road-legal supercars ever made in Maranello.
But you might have already known that, since it was presented at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show earlier this month. What you might not know is how it looks like in natural light.
The answer is pretty much predictable, but it’s still worth watching, and since Ferrari will keep the production numbers down and we have no date for the media launch yet, the video that follows is probably the best way to do so, at least for now.