2018 Ferrari 488 Spider
|Interior Color||Rosso Ferrari|
|Engine:||3.9L Twin Turbo V8 660hp 561ft. lbs.|
|Transmission:||7-Speed Double Clutch|
Cauley Ferrari of Detroit is very proud to offer you this unique and striking 2018 Ferrari 488 Spider finished in the Historic exterior color Avorio over a brilliant Rosso Ferrari-colored interior. This is a very well-optioned car that had an MSRP of $393,411. It comes equipped with the full Carbon Fiber Exterior Package, Large Racing Seats, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, a lot of Carbon Fiber interior options, and much more. A full options list can be seen below. Our Ferrari-certified technicians will be completing their 101-point inspection soon and this car is being sold as a Ferrari-Approved Certified Pre-Owned vehicle which guarantees that you'll have at least some type of Ferrari backed warranty coverage for at least 2 years. The seven-year free scheduled maintenance is good until 8/17/2024.
Please ask us about our financing and leasing options available through Ferrari Financial Services (FFS). We can offer you monthly financing as far out as 84 months, Balloon financing up to 60 months, as well as Open-Ended Leasing scenarios. FFS is available on all new and pre-owned Ferrari models. These flexible payment options really make getting into a Ferrari easier than ever before. Let us show you how. Give us a call at 248-538-9600 to schedule an appointment to see this beauty or stop by our showroom in West Bloomfield, MI.
- Special Historical Paint - Avorio
- Red Brake Calipers
- Engine Covers in Carbon Fiber
- Outer B-Post in Carbon Fiber
- Carbon Fiber Exterior Package
- Carbon Fiber Driver Zone + LEDs
- Carbon Fiber Central Bridge
- Carbon Fiber Door Panels
- Exterior Sill Kick in Carbon Fiber
- Carbon Fiber Upper Tunnel Trim
- Safety Belts in Red
- Carbon Fiber Dashboard Inserts
- Cavallino Stitched in Nero on Headrests
- Titanium Exhaust
- Scuderia Ferrari Shields
- 20" Forged Painted Rims
- Aluminum Rev Counter
- Carbon Fiber Goldrake Racing Seats (Large)
- Michelin Tires
The 488 Spider was first introduced to the American market as a 2017 model only one year after the 488 GTB coupe was introduced. The spider comes equipped with a 3.9-liter twin-turbo engine that produces 661 horsepower and 561 lb-ft of torque. This is 99 more hp and 163 lb-ft of torque than the previous generation 458 Italia which used a normally aspirated 4.5-liter V8 engine. The added power makes the 488 Spider one of the fastest production cars on the planet. 0 to 62 mph only takes 3 seconds. 0 to 124 mph only takes 8.7 seconds. The top speed is 203 mph. The 488 Spider is more rigid than the 458 Spider, approximately 20% more to be exact. Due to this, the 488 Spider has no jarring or shaking, and ride quality is nearly identical to that of the 488 GTB coupe. This was not the case with the 458 Spider which used a slightly softer suspension setup compared to the 458 Italia. The 488 Spider uses the same aluminum roof mechanism to go from Coupe to Spider in 14 seconds as the previous generation 458. It works flawlessly and can be lowered and closed while driving.
When you really wind the Spider up, it handles just as sweetly as the coupe. The more rigid body allowed Ferrari to tune the suspension identically to the coupe, where previously the adaptive dampers were a little softer in Wet mode. Super-quick steering was achieved on both 488 variants thanks to 458 Speciale-width tires and calibration change which pivots the nose into curves with an almost unnatural deftness. The magnetorheological dampers balance bump absorption with rock-solid control, and all the while you've got that same playful balance that defined every 458. Tip the steering into a hairpin, squeeze the throttle, feel the e-diff tighten, and you rocket up the road either with tires on fire or Side-Slip Angle Control electronics managing grip and slip like you're a pro-racer. So, the 488 GTB's transformation into a Spider involved more work this time around: there's an additional vertical aluminum panel by the front axle and a horizontal one at the rear of the car. There's no jarring, no shaking, and it's a struggle to differentiate the Spider driving experience from the fixed-roof GTB.