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Ferrari 488 GTB Tested on Road and Track

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Here’s a proper road test review of the new Ferrari 488 GTB in case you were wondering if it was worth trading in your 458 Italia and getting one of these. Motor Trend’s Angus MacKenzie gives you the skinny on what the 488 is like to drive on the road but not before a good word out on Fiorano test rack.

Ferrari 488 GTB is the first turbocharged supercar with a prancing horse on its nose since the F40 and that makes it a very significant product. Yes, we had the turbocharged California T before this, but that is not a supercar. Some say that car isn’t even a real Ferrari!

Ferrari 488 GTB Specs:

Engine Type V8 – 90° Turbo

Overall displacement 3902 cm3

Maximum power: 492 kW (670 CV) @ 8000 rpm

Maximum torque: 760 Nm at 3000 rpm in VII gear

Length: 4568 mm

Width: 1952 mm

Height: 1213 mm

Dry weight: 1370 kg

Weight distribution: 46.5% Front – 53.5% Rear

0-100 km/h: 3.0 s

0-200 km/h: 8.3 s

Maximum speed: > 330 km/h

Consumption: 11.4 l/100 km

C02: 260 g/km

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