About the Ferrari F8 Tributo
Ferrari is known for their fast sports cars. They've also presented their top of the line supercars that is worth a jaw drop. Their current midrange model is the 488 GTB. It replaced the 458 Italia, and like the Italia, the 488 is available in both coupe and roadster body style. And with these little bits of history about Ferrari's midrange sports car, it is bound to be replaced soon once again. The F8 Tributo is the successor to all of these models.
The F8 Tributo is a mid-engined rear wheel drive sports car. Some design cues were carried over from the 488 (and 458), most notably the doors, roof panel, windhsield, and the windows. The rear features quad round lights, reverting back to their iconic quad rear light setup. It is likey that they're going to revert to the quad rear light setup.
Under the hood, a 3.9-liter v8 powers the car. It can produce 710 horsepower. It is mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Inside the luxury sports car, the base trim features a lot of leather. This is standard to each Ferrari cars. The steering wheel is leather wrapped, and has several buttons and controls. Ever since the Manettino dial was introduced back with the Ferrari F430, it has been a prominent vital feature to every Ferrari models. Alcantara features are optional, as well as carbon fiber interior trim. Some option for the steering wheel includes a carbon fiber top half that features LED rev lights. These rev lights serves as guide to the driver on when to shift the gears, a direct inspiration from the Formula One steering wheels.
The F8 Tributo displays the future of Ferrari. It is a luxury sports car that is capable of bringing a thrilling ride.