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Ferrari 488 GTB vs. 488 Pista vs. F8 Tributo

Parked Ferrari 488 GTB

Ferrari 488 GTB

488 Pista comparison header

488 Pista

Parked Ferrari F8 Tributo

F8 Tributo

The Ferrari 488 GTB combines raw performance with incredible luxury, and is a modern homage to the 308 GTB, which was the first-ever mid-rear engine berlinetta. The race-focused 488 Pista refines the 488 GTB to a razor’s edge, boasting performance-focused improvements such as an F1-style S-duct, a new rear diffuser, and a Side Slip Angle Control system. And the new F8 Tributo is the successor to these models, replacing the 488 in the Prancing Horse lineup and drawing universal acclaim since being unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.

All of these vehicles have at their hearts a Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8 engine that has been named International Engine of the Year on multiple occasions. As such, the output of each vehicle is similar, but there are important differences in output and speed.

Ferrari 488 GTB vs. Pista

488 GTB

488 Pista
Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8

Engine

Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8
660 hp

Horsepower

710 hp
561 lb-ft

Torque

568 lb-ft
205 mph

Top Speed

211 mph
3 seconds

0-62-mph time

2.85 seconds

488 GTB vs. F8 Tributo

488 GTB

F8 Tributo
Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8

Engine

Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8
660 hp

Horsepower

710 hp
561 lb-ft

Torque

568 lb-ft
205 mph

Top Speed

211 mph
3 seconds

0-62-mph time

2.9 seconds

Ferrari F8 Tributo vs. 488 Pista

F8 Tributo vs. 488 Pista

488 Pista
Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8

Engine

Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8
710 hp

Horsepower

710 hp
568 lb-ft

Torque

568 lb-ft
211 mph

Top Speed

211 mph
2.85 seconds

0-62-mph time

2.9 seconds

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