Recently introduced Ferrari F8 Tributo noticed on the streets of LondonMarch 28, 2019
The Italian novelty was seen on a street in the metropolis. Eyewitnesses bypassed the car from all sides and removed its interior.
The official presentation of the new Italian supercar Ferrari F8 Tributo was held at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2019. The car was parked in a crowded place and of course, was able to gather a whole crowd of “onlookers.”
It is reported that the spectacular Italian supercar was seen in South Kensington. I note that South Kensington is a fairly rich area of West London, which certainly explains why the Italian novelty is located there.
In fact, the model F8 Tributo can not be called completely new. The fact is that this car is based on the high-performance version of the supercar 488 (this version is called Pista), respectively, many components and assemblies were borrowed from this particular model. In particular, we are talking about a 3.9-liter Twin-Turbo V8 engine with a power of 720 horsepower. The car also received some elements of the Pista aerodynamic body kit in the front.
Of greatest interest is the rear of the car – similar rear lights were used in the F430 model, and the body cowling in which they are contained looks very much like that of the Ferrari 308, which was produced in the period 1970-1980s. The engine cover with blinds, though not an exact copy of that used on the legendary model F40, but it closely enough repeats its shape.
Ferrari assures that the brand new F8 reaches a top speed of 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds, and the maximum possible speed is 340 km / h.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Schumacher Jr. will take part in the tests of Ferrari and Alfa Romeo.
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