Churn Horsepower

Ferrari introduced 488 GTB as replacement for normally aspirated model 458 sports car can churn 661 horsepower.
Ferrari’s new 488 GTB twin turbocharged, 3.9-litre V8, seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, sports car can churn robust 661 horsepower on track.

 

Mid-rear engined Ferrari 488 GTB twin turbocharged, 3.9-litre V8, seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, sports car can churn robust 661 horsepower more than enough for track yet driveable to office.

Ferrari introduced 488 GTB model in 2017 as replacement for its normally aspirated 458 being aware of growing trend towards better fuel economy and lessened emissions in conformance with new recently introduced government environment regulations.

In addition to 488 GTB new turbocharged engine other changes include new brakes, new suspension, new interior and more dynamic exterior with air intake scoops forward resting above its rear wheels.

The fancy scoops are integrated with car’s sculpted sides that sprout two fancy exterior rear-view mirrors off its two side doors.

That wonderful styling is essentially an updated one previously found on Ferrari’s original 1975 308 GTB showing again, that even in recent past the company was ahead if its time.

As for the interior everything is what is expected of Ferrari, all controls and gauges are exactly mounted in a compact dash and all is within easy reach meanwhile, new carefully molded leather seats and accompanying headrests ensure ultimate comfort while doing its top speed of 205 MPH.

Depicted is particular 488 GTB with Italian colors on its hood seen exhibited next to shop window in downtown Montreal during recent 2018 Grand Prix weekend, rumored price tag a mere $256,550.00.

This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”CHURN”.