Ferrari 488 GTB Spider Is The Droptop Supercar Of Our Dreams

Rendering

Expect to see this next year.

It won’t be arriving until next year, but just day after the Ferrari 488 GTB was revealed to the world, rendering artist X-Tomi has delivered his interpretation of the Spider variant. With 660 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque on tap, the 458 Italia’s turbocharged successor sprints to 62 mph in three seconds flat and tops out at 208 mph. It's quicker than the 458 Speciale around Ferrari's test track and has more twisting power than a F12 Berlinetta.

Ferrari claims the 488 GTB is the most responsive production model in the world, and with the roof down experiencing this epic supercar will be like dialing things up to eleven. That said, not everyone digs a convertible. So would you take the coupe or wait for the Ferrari 488 GTB Spider?

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