German tuner Wheelsandmore is offering a raft of upgrades for Ferrari's mid-engine supercar.
Last week, Novitec revealed its new take on the Ferrari F8 Tributo with more power, improved aero, and upgraded suspension. Novitec isn't the only tuner that's tinkered with Ferrari's mid-engined supercar, however. Germany's Wheelsandmore, which is no stranger to tuning Ferraris, has revealed a new upgrade package for the F8 Tributo. While the upgrades aren't as extensive as Novitec's, the supercar's 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 is uprated to 816 horsepower and 656 lb-ft of torque, though the standard car isn't underpowered with 710 hp and 568 lb-ft to play with.
This power boost is made possible by a plug-and-play control unit the tuner will sell you for 4,999 Euros ($6,065).
With this extra muscle, the F8 Tributo will now top out at 215 mph, up from 212 mph in the stock model. Wheelsandmore hasn't revealed a sprint time, but the modified supercar should be faster than the standard car, which will accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds.
In addition, Wheelsandmore offers new forged wheels with three designs that emphasize the car's wedge shape. These custom wheels measure 9.5×21 inches on the front axle and 12.5×22 inches at the rear and are wrapped in high-performance tires in sizes 255/30 ZR 21 and 335/25 ZR 22. A complete wheel set starts at 10,990 Euros ($13,332).
The alloy wheels can also be extensively personalized with different surfaces and colors on request. In addition, the tuner can take special requests such as adding the manufacturer logo in the hub caps or giving the alloys a carbon look.
To bring the car closer to the ground and sharpen up the handling, lowering springs are available for 1,170 Euros ($1,419) that lower the F8 Tributo by around 1.3 inches, while a height adjustment kit can lift the car's nose by 1.6 inches for 5,940 Euros ($7,214) to safely navigate speed bumps and driveways. Finally, a sport exhaust system gives the F8 Tributo a more aggressive soundtrack than the standard car.