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Rent Ferrari F8 Tributo in Europe
Ferrari seems to be on an unstoppable roll; its mid-engined V8-powered range of cars is on a relentless warpath, dedicated to destroying our perception of what the
rear-wheel-drive two-door sports car is capable of. The F8 Tributo says it all in its name; it's a tribute to all the great mid-engined V8 supercars produced by Ferrari over the
years, including the F40, F430 and 458. Not only is it stunningly beautiful, but it's powered by the most potent non-special edition V8 engine ever produced by Ferrari,
and kicks out a massive 710 horsepower from its 3.9-liters of capacity. The F8 might be more relaxed than the ballistic 488 Pista, but it's all the better for it.
It's comfortable to drive on a day-to-day basis and is still more than capable on the track. The evolution of the original 458 has come a very long way, and we're at a point in
the evolutionary process where its successors are delivering hypercar levels of performance without the official title. The Ferrari F8 Tributo replaces the stunningly evocative
488GTB, which was praised for its visceral performance and stunningly good looks. The 488GTB took the fight directly to big dogs such as the McLaren 720S and the Lamborghini Aventador.
With over 700 horsepower and an even more shapely body design, the Ferrari F8 Tributo is more capable than any of its predecessors, which is saying a whole lot.
F8 Tributo Performance
It's in an absolutely different world to classics such as the 288 GTO or F40 and gives the word supercar an entirely new meaning. It's challenging to get an idea of the
F8 Tributo's capability on civilian roads, all we can confirm is that a slight jab at the throttle will push you back in your seat, and merging with highway traffic feels more
like going through a time warp. The F8 Tributo's true colors come out when you hit the track - everything feels sharp and more focussed, which is hard to believe as the car it
replaces, the 488GTB, already felt telepathic in its response to driver input. The combination of a light curb weight and the most potent V8 that Ferrari has ever produced delivers
an absolute rollercoaster ride of acceleration and braking force. Ferrari claims that the F8 Tributo will accelerate to sixty in a mere 2.9 seconds, reach 124 mph in 7.8 seconds
and continue on to a top speed of 211 mph. This ballistic V8 will also lap the famous Fiorano track in only 1:22.5 seconds. The 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 lurking behind that
louvered Lexan cover produces an eye-watering 710 hp at a heady 8000 rpm and 568 lb-ft of torque at 3250 rpm. Who said that turbocharged engines couldn't rev?
This engine is officially the most powerful V8 engine for a non-special series car ever produced by Ferrari, and is not only a jewel in Ferrari's crown, but also won the
Best Engine award at the International Engine of the Year awards three years running from 2016 to 2018. To top it all off, it was announced the best engine of the last two decades
in 2018. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that reads your mind before you even get the chance to change gears - at least that's what it
F8 Tributo Interior
The F8 Tributo feels beautifully well made, the driving position is fabulous, and although the actual look of the dashboard layout remains a little disharmonious, it all works
much more effectively than in previous iterations. The main display keeps the rev counter front and centre, with supplementary screens either side for engine and chassis info,
and audio and sat nav. The latter was the one that could have frustrated the world’s finest minds, but either we’ve got used to it or it’s more intuitive. The new generation
steering wheel is similarly easier to use now, the indicator buttons actually doing what they’re supposed to, and you are less likely to trigger the wipers when you want full beam.
The air vents have been redesigned, and have aluminium or optional carbon fibre surrounds. A central bridge houses transmission controls, and looks great. The turbine-look air vents
are wrapped in aluminum, and the door panels have also been touched. We love the optional passenger's side display, which offers navigation, speed, and other data figures.
Ferrari F8 Tributo Specs:
- Engine: 3.9 L Turbocharged V8- Max Power: 710 bhp @ 8000rpm- Max Torque: 770 Nm @ 3000 rpm- Seating Capacity: 2- Transmission: Automatic- Boot Space: 200 liters- Fuel Tank Capacity: 78 liters- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Body Type: Coupe
How much does it cost to rent Ferrari F8 Tributo?
The cost of renting a Ferrari F8 Tributo depends on the location and rental duration. The price for 1-day rental ranges from EUR 1,350.00 - 1,800.00 for 1 day rental to EUR 1,100.00 - 1,450.00 per day for weekly rental. To check live rates and make a reservation start your search from homepage.
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