Compared to the original design, this Ferrari 488 GTB has had a significant change with a new body kit including the front bumper, bonnet, side skirts, rear bumper and spoiler. All new details are made from carbon fiber to help optimize weight and increase aerodynamics. In the front bumper is a new longer wind lip, which reduces the ground clearance and angle of incidence significantly, requiring the driver to be more careful because of the potential risk of scratches.
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The rear bumper of this Ferrari 488 GTB receives a new diffuser made of carbon fiber with a bolder design that increases cooling capacity and stabilizes the airflow under the vehicle when traveling at high speed. Next is the spoiler from Mansory, which has a rather fancy design when lying symmetrically on both sides. The car has been upgraded with an Akrapovic exhaust system that brings a more powerful sound to the acceleration.
Ferrari 488 GTB “rides” on a set of slim multi-spoke wheels from the Litespeed Racing brand, hidden behind a high-performance brake system including carbon ceramic brake discs and Brembo brake calipers painted in green.
In this appearance, the “prancing horse” supercar not only changed its appearance but also reworked the interior. All seats and original red Alcantara leather details have been replaced with green smooth leather.
The “heart” of the Ferrari 488 GTB is a 3.9L twin-turbo V8 engine block that produces a maximum capacity of 670 horsepower and maximum torque of 760 Nm. However, this supercar has been upgraded by the owner with the ECU, so the total capacity has certainly exceeded the original 670 horsepower figure.
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