Ferrari 488 GTB launched in India at Rs 3.88 crore

The 488 Italia successor runs a 670PS/760Nm 3902cc V8 turbocharged engine

Overdrive February 17, 2016 13:35:38 IST
Ferrari 488 GTB launched in India at Rs 3.88 crore

Ferrari has just launched the 488 GTB in India at Rs 3.88 crore, ex-showroom. The Ferrari 488GTB is the 488 Italia’s successor and runs a 3902cc V8 turbocharged engine that puts out an astonishing 670PS of power and 760Nm of torque. According to Ferrari, the 488 GTB will go from 0 to 200kmph in just 8.3 seconds. The top speed of the Ferrari 488 GTB meanwhile, is claimed to be over 330kmph.

The Ferrari 488 GTB has been developed by the company using years of experience in the field of motorsport. It uses advanced aerodynamic bodywork...

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