Ferrari 488 Spider | The Fastest Convertible Maranello


The Ferrari 488 Spider is the novelty of the day in Europe. It is, not surprisingly, the Spider version based on the 488 GTB we met a few months ago and with whom he shares his great heart, a V8 turbo engine that develops 670 hp power and allows you to position itself as the Ferrari convertible more powerful history .

The car has a retractable hardtop, a solution that saves 25 kilos when compared to its natural predecessor the 458 Spider. It is the more efficient aerodynamically Spider Ferrari’s history and will be officially presented at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show. But if you can not wait, come with us to know more about this Ferrari 488 Spider can accelerate from 0-200 km / h in 8.7 seconds .

Because that’s how long it takes to double the standard of acceleration, which incidentally to in just 3 seconds. The top speed is 325 km / h. This is achieved based on little pueso and plenty of power, and the perfect fit all elements. For example, the accelerator response time is 0.8 seconds.

If we consider that also delivers 760 Nm at 3000 rpm , understand why it is the fastest convertible Ferrari ever built. And speaking of construction, reference should be made to use up to 11 different aluminum alloys, magnesium and other materials which allow you to have one chassis 23% stiffer than its predecessor and almost equal in this respect to the 488 GTB.

The retractable roof takes 14 seconds to open or closed , and the novelty incorporates a rear window that can be lowered independently when you have the top down and want to hear the sound of the motor. That window that will feature the windscreen when we convertible car has three different positions to improve aerodynamics.

These are roughly the main features of the new Ferrari 488 Spider, which will be presented officially at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show which certainly will look at this gorgeous color Blu Corsa so little has to do with the traditional Rosso Corsa to that we have used the mark on his pitches.