In case you can’t get enough of Ferrari’s brand new F8 Tributo (we know we can’t), here is a new clip showing the Italian supercar tearing the tarmac on both road and track.
The video is called ‘Outstanding Performance’ and, aside from sharing some of the F8’s performance numbers, it also gives us a proper taste of what its 3.9-liter twin turbocharged V8 sounds like when revved properly.
First, we’re shown a real-time graphic of its acceleration prowess as it makes its way from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 2.9 seconds. The rest of the clip runs through all the other numbers, such as its 340 km/h (211 mph) top speed, 770 Nm (568 lb-ft) of torque and 710 HP (720 PS) peak power output.
We would also add that the F8 Tributo can launch itself to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 7.8 seconds, which makes it only marginally slower than the track-focused 488 Pista.
Speaking of the Pista, the F8 Tributo’s aero package is similar to that of its sibling, with the rearward-angled front radiators and dynamic engine air intakes positioned on either side of the spoiler.
As for its styling, according to Ferrari, the F8’s appearance is “essentially a bridge to a new design language,” which in a way is an admission that this car’s styling is a evolutionary. And that’s to be expected, as technically speaking it uses an evolution of the 488 GTB’s platform, so it’s more like a really extensive facelift rather than a ground-up, all-new model.
Does this make it less good? You’ll let you be the judge of that, after watching the following video.