Unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show as the successor to the Ferrari 488, the F8 Tributo uses a twin-turbocharged V8 engine derived from the 488 Pista tuned for an output of 710 HP, making it the most powerful V8 Ferrari produced to date. This 2020 example comes finished in Bianco Avus over a black and red leather interior and features optional red painted brake calipers, Scuderia fender shields, Sport Exhaust Pipes, carbon fiber Driver Zone, Matt Grigio Corsa wheels, colored stitching, and fully electric seats with logo-embordered headrests. This Ferrari is now being offered for auction by its seller out of Florida while showing under 2k miles on the odometer
The styling of the F8 Tributo was adapted from its predecessor and updated with a traditional quad taillight design, a louvered lightweight Lexan engine cover, revised air intakes, a wraparound rear spoiler, and a new F1-derived S-Duct which routes air from the center of the front bumper upwards though a vent on the bonnet. This example is finished in Bianco Avus and features optional Scuderia shields on the front fenders, dark sport exhaust pipes, and red brake calipers mounted behind optional Matt Grigio Corsa wheels. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
The cabin is appointed with black and red leather upholstery and carbon fiber trim including an optional carbon fiber Driver Zone with LED shift indicator lights along the top of the steering wheel. Other options include colored stitching, colored floor mats with embordered logos, a white rev counter, full electric seats, Cavallino-stitched headrests, and a premium Hi-Fi sound system. The car also features dual-zone automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, a multimedia system with Bluetooth, and a steering wheel with an engine start button and a Manettino drive mode selector.
Derived from the high-performance Ferrari 488 Pista, the F8 Tributo is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter F154 CG engine. It delivers up to 710 HP and 568 lb.-ft of torque to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and an electronically controlled E-Diff3 differential. The car comes standard with carbon ceramic brakes, F1-Trac traction control, SCM-E magnetorheological suspension, Side Slip Angle Control (SSC), and the Ferrari Dynamic Enhancer (FDE) system. The CARFAX report shows a recall for the replacement of the brake oil reservoir issued by Ferrari North America in September 2022. The car is covered by the remainder of the original factory warranty.
This sale will include owner’s manuals, the original window sticker, a toolkit, a car cover, a battery charger, and a clean title.
The seller would like you to know: “I am selling this car for a friend whose husband passed away. Working with the preacher of their church to help the wife settle the estate.”