Ferrari F8 Tributo Interior and Design
Since its reveal at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari F8 Tributo has drawn plenty of attention for its performance — and with a top speed of 211 mph, that’s no surprise. Befitting the Prancing Horse brand, the powertrain and driving dynamics aren’t the only things to be excited about: the 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo’s interior is also quite remarkable.
Compared to the 488 it replaces, the F8 Tributo boasts a completely redesigned interior. The two-seat cabin features a driver-focused dashboard with a traditional switchgear and digital displays, while the flat-bottom steering wheel is two-inches smaller in diameter than the 488’s — though the F8 Tributo’s paddle shifters will be familiar to those who have driven its predecessor.
Features: Options and Customization
As with any Prancing Horse, premium materials are used through the cabin of the Ferrari F8 Tributo, and there’s even an optional carbon fiber interior upgrade available. Other aspects of the interior that can be customized include:
- Seat type
- Revcounter style
- Interior color
- Carpet color
- Floormats (Standard or embroidered with F8 logo)
The passenger side of the dashboard is also available with a 7-inch touchscreen that displays the current speed as well as other driving information.
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