Spend Hours Configuring Your Perfect Ferrari F8 Tributo

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How would you configure yours?

Very few of us will be able to afford an F8 Tributo, Ferrari’s new replacement for the retiring 488 GTB. But just so we can live out the fantasy of speccing our dream supercar, Ferrari has launched an online configurator for its latest mid-engine masterpiece, allowing us to spend hours exploring the extensive options for exterior colors, alloy wheel models, carbon fiber options, seats, and interior colors.

First, you’ll need to choose an exterior color from a choice of 28 different finishes. Most customers will opt for Rosso Corsa red, but other options such as Blu Corsa blue or Giallo Modena yellow will help you stand out from the crowd even more. The roof can also be finished in black, while the engine bay can be finished in carbon and you can also add optional exterior carbon components.

For the wheels, we opted for a set of 20-inch Forged Dark Painted Wheels with red brake calipers to give the supercar a more aggressive look, while the standard exhaust can be upgraded to Titanium or Sport pipes.

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Inside, you can fit sporty Daytona Racing carbon seats for a racier look, and there’s a variety of interior colors to choose from depending on your preference. You can even change the color of the rev counter. Ferrari hasn’t said how much all these optional extras cost, but they are bound to significantly bump up the overall price. Speaking of which, Ferrari hasn’t announced pricing details for the F8 Tributo yet but we expect it will cost around the same as the 488 Pista, which starts at $350,000.

Powering the F8 Tributo is a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 that produces 720 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque, making it Ferrari’s most powerful V8 car yet. All that power is sent to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

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