- 2920 KM.
- Front lift suspension system.
- Carbon Fibre Front wing, side sills, rear diffuser and Carbon Fibre steering wheel with LEDs.
- Adaptive front lighting system.
- Titanium Sports Exhaust.
- Electric seats.
- Scuderia Shields.
- Black (Nero) interior with contrasting stitching in red.
- Front and rear parking sensors.
The Ferrari 488 (Tipo F142M) is a mid-engined sports car produced by the Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari, introduced in 2015 to replace the previous 458. The car is an update to the 458 with notable exterior and performance changes.
The Ferrari 488 Spider is a 2-seat roadster variant of the 488 with a folding hardtop, just like its predecessor.
The Spider’s drivetrain is the same of the 488 GTB. The 488 Spider is only 50 kg (110 lb) heavier than its coupé sibling, and 10 kg (22 lb) lighter than the 458 Spider. The 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) sprint is unchanged at 3.0 seconds, while the 0–200 km/h (0–124 mph) acceleration takes slightly longer at 8.7 seconds, and top speed is likewise slightly lower at 325 km/h (202 mph).
The car is powered by a 3.9-litre twin-turbocharged V8, smaller in displacement and higher in output than the 458’s naturally aspirated engine. The 488 GTB was named “The Supercar of the Year 2015” by car magazine Top Gear, as well as becoming Motor Trend’s 2017 “Best Driver’s Car”.
The body of the 488 has been designed to increase downforce by 50% over the 458 while reducing aerodynamic drag. A new front double splitter serves two functions: increasing radiator cooling by forcing air into them and also channeling the air over the underbody vortex generators to create ground effect without adding unwanted drag. A newly designed blown rear spoiler (actually a slotted flap) integrated into the rear decklid and bumper increases downforce without requiring a raised wing. The central “Aero Pillar” deflects air under the flat body of the car while two vents in the bonnet provide an exit for air from the dual intakes of the front bumper, further reducing air pressure over the front of the car.