The genre of supercars thrives on dramatic style and performance which is why in 2021, the Ferrari F8 Tributo and Spider represent both. Ferrari outfits each version with a stunning body and the Spider’s removable top offers a more sensational feeling. The driver’s side is a twin-turbo V-8 with 710 horsepower which is fed to the rear wheels via the paddle-shift, seven-speed automated transmission. The F8’s V-8 is a blast to the ear. incredible acceleration and an exhilarating sound track, however the latter isn’t as thrilling as the Italian automaker’s top work. However, the wizards of Maranello have put together a beautiful chassis that captivates the driver with its incredible ability and sensitivity. These distinctive characteristics, coupled with their distinctive designs, create that 2021 F8 Tributo and Spider truly unique machines.
What’s New for 2021?
In 2021 Ferrari will not make significant changes in its F8 Tributo or Spider. In addition it has revealed that Italian automaker has also added the stunning Ferrari Roma in its lineup this year.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
The Ferrari F8 Tributo and Spider are available with a single trim and are packed with the amenities that make both body styles an appealing option for buyers in this market. We recommend the Spider convertible, even although it’s more expensive than the coupe, as it’s more luxurious. Like one would expect from the most expensive of supercars, Ferrari offers options that give you a unique appearance, with a wide choice of leather options. Furthermore, upgrades such as titanium exhaust pipes and external carbon-fiber components are available, and you can pick brake calipers available in a range of colours.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The F8 Tributo and Spider are powered by twin turbocharged 3.9-liter V-8 engine that can produce 710 horsepower, and 568 pounds of torque. All models have rear-wheel drive with a seven-speed automated transmission can change the gears. This Ferrari is powerful enough to leave an unforgettable impression. We’ve driven it on an open racetrack in Italy and on roads that lie on our shores. We’ve also ridden the drop-top model that proved as fast and enjoyable as it appears. The handling is precise and enjoyable. The Ferrari’s engine produces the right note with a pleasant sound as it works and the brakes perform an excellent job of slowing it down to a quick stop.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
The EPA predicts that in 2021, the F8 Tributo as well as the Spider will achieve 15 mpg in city traffic as well as between 18 to 19 miles per gallon on highways. It’s a bit better than what the competition like that of Lamborghini Huracan (up to 13/18 mpg). We haven’t had the chance to drive the Ferrari on our 75-mph highway fuel economy route, which is part of our rigorous testing program, so we aren’t able to evaluate its actual mileage.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
The F8 Tributo and Spider offer seating for two passengers in an interior that is spacious enough to offer pleasant and comfortable accommodation. The contrast of the stitching and design accents give the interior a an aesthetic inspired by performance that is similar to the sheet metal of the car. The main drawback of the cabin is the rear view within the coupe. The view from the rear is blocked by the louvers on the rear of the window. Many exotics are extremely limited in cargo capacity and the F8 is not an exception. The cargo capacity is 7 cubic feet for the coupe.
Infotainment and Connectivity
The F8 coupe and convertible are equipped with the six-speaker audio system along with Bluetooth phone as well as streaming audio. A list of the standard technology features includes two LCD monitors, as well as an inbuilt navigation device, which includes an option for voice activation. The selection of options includes the 7.0-inch touchscreen. Apple CarPlay Integration is available however Android Auto isn’t available.