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Ferrari F8 Spider vs. 488 Spider vs. 488 Pista Spider

Ferrari F8 Spider

F8 Spider

Ferrari 488 Spider

488 Spider

Ferrari 488 Pista Spider

488 Pista Spider

Just as the Ferrari F8 Tributo is replacing the 488 GTB in the Prancing Horse lineup, the Ferrari F8 Spider is replacing the 488 Spider, serving a bridge to a new design language and pushing the envelope in terms of performance and design along the way. The F8 Spider shares many similarities with both the 488 Spider and the performance-focused 488 Pista Spider, and all three of these convertibles even share the same engine that offers up to 710 horsepower, together with incredible real-world performance and design. That said, there are some subtle differences in what each model can do.

Ferrari F8 Spider vs. 488 Spider

F8 Spider

488 Spider
Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8

Engine

Twin-Turbo 3.9L V8
710 hp

Horsepower

660 hp
568 lb-ft

Torque

561 lb-ft
211 mph

Top Speed

205 mph
2.9 seconds

0-62-mph time

3 seconds

Ferrari F8 Spider vs. 488 Pista Spider

F8 Spider

488 Pista Spider
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
2.9 seconds

0-62-mph time

2.85 seconds

Ferrari 488 Spider vs. 488 Pista Spider

488 Spider

488 Pista Spider
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

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