Ferrari will debut its second-gen hybrid tech in a new mid-engine supercar that will sit above the 488.
The Ford GT may be down on power, but it can show the Ferrari 488 a thing or two.
Despite facing stiff competition from McLaren and Porsche, Ferrari’s latest special is a fiercely fast, yet friendly, supercar.
It was also faster than the Lamborghini Huracan Performante and Porsche 911 GT2 RS on the French circuit.
This thinly disguised 488 could very well be a very early mule of Ferrari’s first ‘mainstream’ hybrid.
This might be our first look on the all-new mid-engine hybrid Ferrari .
The Alpine A110 managed to beat cars like the Ferrari 488 Pista and the McLaren 600LT.
The 50th drop-top model in the history of Ferrari is also their most powerful production Spider to date.
Ferrari will launch15 new models between 2019 and 2022.
Prices and production figures for the Ferrari 488 Pista Spider haven’t been announced.
A targa top has been missing from Ferrari’s lineup for two decades, but it might make a comeback.
The wheels measure 20-inches in diameter and feature a gloss black lip finish with blue spokes.