© Provided by Autocosmos de México S.A. from C.V. Ferrari F8 Spider 2020, sportsmanship and open-air luxury Without a roof in front of the Frankfurt lanterns, the Ferrari F8 Spider, a conversion to convertible more than expected; there has been no contemporary berlinetta that does not have a convertible version.
Development begins where we leave the
F8 Tribute launched at the beginning of the year in Geneva, that is, we talk about a two-seater with central V8 engine which, in part, is a prolongation of development that started with 458 Italia and continued with 488 GTB and Pista, just as the F430 was manufactured from 360 Modena, 355, from 348 and 328 from 308 in 1975. © Provided by Autocosmos de México S.A. from C.V. Like the car, it is essentially the same, but without a roof, the engine is preserved, a 3.9-liter turbocharged V8 unit, which dispenses 710 HP and 568 Lb-ft of torque. A seven-speed double clutch box helps you lift up to eight thousand turns and reach 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds. From there to 200 km / h it takes a little more time, 8.2 seconds versus the 7.8 seconds it takes for Ferrari F8 Tribute.
The only sad thing about this V8 is that,
although you can hear it very well, you will not be able to look at it; The Lexan cover with grooves inspired by the F40 disappears, to make room for the lid that hides the retractable roof. Just like him 812 GTS, It takes 14 seconds to deploy the roof at a speed of no more than 45 km / h. Only 70 kilos adds this cover to the final weight of the car, something you will only notice reading figures on paper.
Beyond, the truth is no news.
Not even its price has been announcedWell, although it is difficult to accept it is very likely that we cannot afford it. More news on MSN: The most amazing modified Ferrari Ferrari 458 Spider Novitec Rosso
The Ferraris are already admirable vehicles, even unmodified, but that has never slowed down the many companies specialized in modifications, who love to leave their mark on the most illustrious car of Maranello, for better or worse. Click on the gallery to see which we choose as the most amazing modified Ferraris of the last 50 years …
575 by Edo Competition
Ferrari never manufactured a fully open 575, but Edo Competition willingly took care of it; and when one looks at the lines of this appetizing metal beast, it is hard to understand why there was never a factory convertible. Since it was, Edo endowed V12 with 611 bhp. The truth is that we want one.
Enzo by Gemballa
One of Gemballa's most fascinating projects is the MIG U1, undoubtedly named after the fighter plane, not the welding machine. With the Ferrari Enzo as a base, Gemballa offered 25 examples of this hypercar (you have to take into account that only 400 vehicles of this model were produced at the Maranello factory).
Bertone 308 GT Rainbow
Ferrari was on a roll in the 1970s, with some fabulous-looking cars, although the 308 GT4 designed by Bertone was not one of them. And less when Bertone ruined one even more in the attempt to create the 308 GT Rainbow, which consisted only of straight lines and sharp edges. Yuck
F430 by Hamann
Hamann calls it the Black Miracle, which seems to us an exaggeration. More than anything because it is basically an F430 Spider with matte black paint and beetle wing type doors. It is true that it has 50 bhp more power and 20-inch alloy wheels, but a miracle? We think not.
It would be difficult to defend the position that the Testarossa is especially attractive; and when Zagato put his hands on him to create the Formula Zagato 93, it would be difficult to almost impossible. It is hard to believe that Ercole Spada was responsible for designing this and the splendid Aston DB4 GT Zagato.
458 by Mansory
The word "sober" does not appear in the Mansory dictionary; only "flashy" and "super call" appear. Which of the two applies to 458 of this company, also known as Syracusa, we leave at your discretion. Its power increased to 590 bhp and the visual impact rose to 11. It is not a car for shy.
360 Modena Limousine
This modification angered Ferrari, which threatened to sue the builder of this elongated 360, because, according to Maranello's, it is no longer a Ferrari. Anyway, it has seats for eight people and can exceed 160 mph.
599GTO by Novitec Rosso
There are some models that one assumes are sacred territory. After all, who in their right mind would believe that 500GTO is missing something? That is precisely what they thought of Novitec; Not only did they increase the engine power from 670 bhp to an inconceivable 888 bph, but they chose an insolent paint design.
You could say that the 250GT SWB is the most beautiful Ferrari ever created, so nobody will ever improve it by cutting it up. But when Count Giovanni Volpi was denied one of the new 250GTOs in 1962, he created his own race vehicle, based on a 250GT SWB of 1961: it was the now legendary "Breadvan."
The FZ93 was nonsense, but it paled in comparison to the 3Z, which began as a 250GT SWB California Spyder from 1961. In 1969, Luigi Chinetti bought the car and commissioned Zagato to modify the bodywork. For the modest sum of $ 5,000, they turned it into this; There are people who have too much money.
Testarossa by Koenig
Everyone who has grown up in the eighties will have been fascinated by the creations of Willy Koenig, who took the best that Ferrari, Jaguar, Mercedes and company had to offer. He usually added “strakes” fins on the sides of his cars, but since the Testarossa already had them, he took them off.
412 by Robert Jankel
Robert Jankel was another bodybuilder who was not afraid to take Mercedes, Rolls and Ferraris, and stretch them or tear off their roofs. If you were fortunate to be able to buy a 412 in the eighties, he stretched it or beheaded you.
Enzo by Edo Competition
We cannot understand how anyone can think that Enzo needs some kind of improvement, but that is exactly what they came up with in Edo Competition. With its 700 bhp V12, adjustable sports suspension and lightweight alloy wheels, it has an even more polished dynamic than the standard version. And it's very yellow, too.
456 by Gullwing America
With only three units created, the 340 Mexico Berlinetta of 1952 is not a model that is easily achieved. That's why Arturo Alonso of Gullwing America built this unique piece inspired by the 1952 car, although the base is much more modern, since it has the platform of a 456.
612 by Italdesign
The 612 was never much appreciated, so sacrificing one to create the GG50 was not such a difficult decision. The problem: an end result even less elegant than the base car. It was effectively a 612 three-door with an unpleasant nose, produced to celebrate 50 years of Giorgetto Giugiaro's designs.
599GTB by Mansory
With a name like Stallone, you probably can't expect much from this 599GTB, modified by Mansory. After all, the 599 is a car that really does not need improvements, but that did not prevent Mansory from bringing its power to 720 bhp, adding 20-inch forged alloy wheels and carbon fiber inserts to the panels, and also reupholstering inside.
Enzo by Pininfarina
This is something that does not happen very often: the modification of the body of a single Ferrari unit, with the approval of the factory, for a particular customer. A very rich customer. It was James Glickenhaus and his goal was to make a modern interpretation of the classic P3 / 4; we would say that it went quite well …
Boxer by Koenig
Before the Testarossa was the Boxer, one of the most beautiful cars ever created. But little was left of that beauty when Koenig finished with him. As you can see, it was a mess of air intakes, profiles and spoilers; A ruined Boxer.
Scuderia Spider 16M by Novitec Rosso
This is another one of those perfect Ferraris, but not for Novitec Rosso, who decided to create a more individualized version of an already exclusive car. It has a power increased to 696 bhp, courtesy of two superchargers. You could have one of these if you can pay the 60 thousand dollars. Of course that's just the price of the conversion …
575M by Zagato
For decades, Ferrari was one of the paradigms of exclusivity, but now that the Modena plant produces thousands of cars a year, a Japanese collector did not want to have a mass-made vehicle. That's why he approached Zagato to turn his 2004 575M into something slightly different; This was the result.
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