The 2019 Ferrari 488is a mid-engine sports car made by the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari. The 2019 Ferrari 488 is an update for the 458 with excellent exterior and performance changes. The successor, the F8 Tributo, was announced in February 2019 to the public as a 2020 model. The Ferrari 488 is designed to increase downward pressure by 50% over 458 while reducing aerodynamic drag. A new front double splitter serves two functions: raising radiator by forcing air them and also channeling the air over the bottom of Emeli Generators on the ground effect without adding unwanted drag.
2019 Ferrari 488 Design
A newly designed blown rear bumper integrated the rear decklid and buffer increases downward pressure without having an increased wing.
Shaped generators use to reduce air pressure under the engine, thus increasing overall power. A Burger rear diffuser works to increase the velocity of the air leaving the bottom to lower air pressure further in conjunction with an active aerodynamic flap variable that both reduces drag and increases downward pressure as controlled by a microprocessor. The increased size of the diffuser over the previous 458 requires the twin 488 outlets to be positioned in the rear bumper for approval.
The scalloped side air honors those on the 308 GTB and is shared by a central division. Air entry to the summit is partially aimed at taking the turbocharger compressor while the rest is directed through the rear of the car and exits along the rear lights, increasing air pressure behind the car to reduce aerodynamic drag. Airflow entering the lower intake is directed at the intercooler to cool the collection charge.
2019 Ferrari 488 Engine
The 2019 Ferrari 488 is powered by 3.9 L (488cc per cylinder, the buyer in the name) all-aluminum dry wreck unit of the Ferrari F154 V8 engine family. Turbo with two parallel ball-ring twin-scroll through Hi / Honeywell provides turbo and two air-to-air inter, the turbine Wheels made of the low-density initial alloy are often used in jet engines Kuerti reduces and resists high temperatures inside, the turbocharger.
The engine generates a power output of 670 PS (493 kW; 661 kW) at 8000 rpm and 760 N · m (561 lb · ft) of torque at 3000 rpm. This results in a specific output of 126.3 kW (171.7 PS; 169.4 kW) per liter and specific torque output of 194.8 N · m (144 lb · ft) per liter, both records for Ferrari vehicle manufacturers.
2019 Ferrari 488 Spider
The 2019 Ferrari convertible variant of the 488 Pista reveals at the 2018 Pebble Beach Competition d’Elegance. The Spider still maintains the same engine output as the coupe and thus leads to the same performance as the coupe peer According to the manufacturer, it now boasts a reduced weight of 1,380kg (3042lb), making it the first production Ferrari road convertible. be lighter than its cut peer. The interior is finished in carbon fiber, covered in Alcantara and Leather and Oprah tires around the doors e of actual door handles. Outside highlights include new 20-inch diamond finish alloy wheels that are 20% lighter than forged alloy wheels together with 20-inch hollow carbon fiber wheels available as an option.
2019 Ferrari 488 Piste
Ferrari unveils the 488 Pista at the Geneva Motor Show. The Pista’s design was influenced by the 488 GTE and 488 Challenge races. The car has received many mechanical and exterior modifications to enable it more than the 488 GTB. The 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine now generates a power output of 720 PS (530 kW; 710 kW) at 8000 rpm and 770 N · m (568 lb · ft) of torque at 3000 rpm due to the use of new camshafts, a burger intercooler, reinforced pistons, titanium lock rings, and Colonel exhaust manifold sets lent in the engine from the 2019 Ferrari 488 Piste.