2017 Ferrari

488 Spider

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2017 Ferrari 488 Spider 2017 Ferrari 488 Spider

2017 Ferrari

488 Spider

— Sold —

V-8 Engine, 661 HP @ 8000RPM

Standard Equipment

  • Twin Turbo 3.9L Mid-Mounted

  • V-8 Engine, 661 HP @ 8000RPM

  • 7-Speed F1 Dual Clutch Transmission

  • Aluminum Body Shell and Chassis

  • Double Wishbone Front Suspension

  • Multi-Link Reear Suspension

  • CCMD-Carbon Ceramic Brakes

  • SSC (Slide Slip Angle Control)

  • Manettino Steering Wheel

  • Mounted F1 Systems Mode Control

  • Driver, Passenger & Side Airbags

  • Tire Pressure & Temp Monitor

  • Instrument Cluster With 2 TFT Screens

  • Rear Parking Sensors

  • SCM3 Magnetic Suspension Damping

Optional Equipment

  • AFS System

  • Red Brake Calipers

  • Carbon Fiber Central Bridge

  • Exterior Sill Kick In Carbon

  • Daytona Style Seats

  • Suspension Lifter

  • Horse Stitched on Headrest

  • Titanium Exhaust Pipes

  • Coloured Mats with Logo

  • US Functional Equipment

  • Carb.Fib.Steering Wheel + LEDs

  • 'Scuderia Ferrari” Shields

  • Parking Camera

  • Asking $360,000.00

Motor Trend Magazine had this to say...

“The Latest Generation

The Ferrari 488 GTB was introduced in 2015 for the 2016 model year. This new Italian mid-engine coupe comes powered by a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V-8 that delivers 660 hp at 8,000 rpm, and up to 560 lb-ft of torque at just 3,000 rpm with the help of low-inertia, low-friction turbochargers. Although this supercar is a successor to the 458, Ferrari says 85 percent of the 488 is brand new. The roof, greenhouse, front subframe, and suspension are carried over from the outgoing 458. A new benchmark has been set when it comes to chassis dynamics thanks to the 488's integration of the E-Diff and F1-Trac systems with its second-generation side slip control system (SSC2). Additionally, the SSC2 now also controls the damping rates for the MagneRide shocks, adjusting their rates in response to the car's slip angle and helping to dial out excessive understeer or oversteer. The GTB can hit 60 mph in a Ferrari-claimed 3 seconds flat and has a top speed of 205 mph. “But what's most impressive is the utter composure of the chassis—on twisting, turning, bumpy back roads the 488 rides beautifully and tracks true; on the track it's the most confidence-inspiring mid-engine supercar you'll ever drive,” we said in a First Test review.

The Ferrari 488 Spider does something that many spider variants can't: match the coupe variant's performance numbers. Ferrari claims that the 110-pound heavier Spider can hit 60 mph in the same amount of time (3.0 seconds) as the 488 GTB. The Spider top drops down in 14 seconds and can be opened or closed at speeds up to 28 mph. “Unlike other convertibles that can't hang with their hardtop brothers, the 488 Spider matches the 488 GTB in nearly every way. The only difference is who owns it,” we said in a First Test review. The racing versions of the 488 GTB are the 488 GTE and 488 GT3; both use the same 3.9-liter twin-turbo V-8 from the GTB.

Why You'd Consider One

If the supercar price tag is reasonable for you, having the chance to own one of the most utterly impressive mid-engine V-8 supercars in the world that comes with the renowned racing pedigree of Ferrari should not be passed up.”

Specs and Options

488 Spider
Engine Size
8 Cylinder Engine
Engine Type
Transmission Type
7-Speed F1 dual clutch
Body Color
Original Paint
Body Style
Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type