If you’re a true Ferrari purist, you’d never consider modifying a vehicle as exceptional as the 488 GTB. However, owners looking to increase their supercar’s performance might want to take a look at Pogea Racing’s offering.
Whereas Ferrari upped power in the Pista to 720 HP and 568 lb-ft of torque, Pogea Racing’s FPlus Corsa project bumps power up to a thrilling 820 hp and 664 lb-ft of twisting force. A new exhaust system complete with stainless steel flaps has also been fitted.
All told, the tuned supercar accelerates to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.8 seconds and will keep accelerating up to 215 mph (345 km/h).
Unsurprisingly, the new aerodynamic parts fitted to the 488 are far less advanced than those found on the Pista. Nevertheless, the carbon fiber add-ons, including a large rear wing, rear diffuser, side skirts and carbon front splitter do give the 488 an even more in-your-face look. These parts, as well as custom 21-inch wheels, have stripped away 93 pounds (42 kg) from the stock supercar’s weight.
Pogea Racing intends on applying its FPlus Corsa package to just 20 488 GTBs, with pricing starting at €35,000 ($43,100).