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Ferrari and Lamborghini are polar opposites when it comes to convertibles. For Lamborghini, creating a convertible model is like giving birth. Ferrari doesn't really like to wait that long, as evidenced by the droptop 488 Spider it brought to the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. This bad boy was shown in renderings less than two months ago and now here it is in all its glory. It took how long to create the Lamborghini convertible models? Never mind, because our focus right now is solely on Ferrari.
Despite having a folding hard top the 488 Spider is said to have the same torsional rigidity as its coupe counterpart, a nice bonus that should help offset the 110 pounds of added weight. Performance-wise the coupe and convertible are nearly identical. Both pack the same 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 good for 660 horsepower and share a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.0 seconds and a 203 mph top speed. The only difference is that the coupe will get you to 124 mph 0.3 seconds quicker, but when the top is down and you're doing that speed you probably won't notice the difference. Live shots are always better than renderings, but we've included both here for your viewing pleasure.