This Is How Ferrari Makes Each Of Its Engines The Definition Of Perfection

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The real reason we love Ferraris.

On this short time on Earth, man has accomplished so much. We’ve built the pyramids, gone to the moon, and even built a lag-free turbocharged engine for a supercar. The Pyramids are in Egypt and Apollo 11 left from the Kennedy Space Center, but Modena, Italy is home to Ferrari’s engine factory where it makes the impressive 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 that goes inside of the epic 488 GTB. It’s not every day that we get to see how one of our modern accomplishments comes together, but thanks to Ferrari and its animators, that is an easy task.

Try not to get too inspired by the dramatic music as we watch this 488 GTB’s heart come to life.

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