Ferrari 488 Pista Engine, Aerodynamics, Dynamics, & Design

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Ferrari 488 Pista Reveal and Info Official Ferrari Video

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Ferrari Evolution (1947-2017)

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The Ferrari 488 Pista Piloti is a Maranello Masterpiece!

Let's experience the Ferrari 488 Pista! The Pista Piloti is the height of exclusivity, only being made available to Ferrari Challenge racing drivers and adds a special tailor made livery and option set to the track focused supercar. During the Festival of Speed, I jump into the Pista with James Pickford for a proper experience on the track! The 488 Pista takes the Ferrari 488 GTB and dials it up. With dramatic weight savings, and an increase in power from the twin turbo V8 to 720hp, it's the track focused version of the road car. The Piloti comes in just 4 different colours with the pre configured option set featuring lots of carbon fibre, tricolore elements and with only a small number available. To purchase one of the cars that celebrates the 2017 WEC success, one must be a racing driver with Ferrari, for example the Challenge series. Driving for the run is James Pickford, catch him on Instagram: Thanks for watching, Tim Subscribe: Website: Facebook: Instagram:

Top 7 RAREST & Most EXPENSIVE FERRARI Supercars (Billionaire can't Buy)

Top 7 RAREST & Most EXPENSIVE FERRARI Supercars Of All Time Ferrari has long been acknowledged by many people as a symbol of luxury, wealth, and blazing speed. Ever since Enzo Ferrari founded this Italian car manufacturing company back in 1939, Ferrari has produced a lot of vehicles that became dream cars for many people all over the world. With the introduction of their luxurious rod based cars, the appreciation for Ferrari vehicles increased even more. The hit and appreciation that the Ferrari cars has earned; made the company the most powerful brand in 2014 by Brand Finance and one of the undisputed names in the automobile industry. It’s no surprise that the value of Ferrari cars has increased tremendously, and Ferrari’s classic cars are getting more valuable. They’ve become so expensive that only the richest people in the world can afford them. Below is a list of the most expensive Ferraris at auction. 1.$52,000,000 – 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO As the most expensive car in the world, this 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO was sold by Connecticut-based collector Paul Pappalardo to unnamed buyer for a record $52 million in 2013. Equipped with a 3.0 L Tipo 168 Comp/62 V12 engine, the car can produce 302 bhp and 249Nm of torque. The car reaches a top speed of 174 mph and goes 0-60 mph in 6.1 seconds. It may not be the fastest car out there, but it is certainly the most valuable car in the world. 2.$35, 700,00 – 1957 Ferrari 335 S Spider Scaglietti The 1957 Ferrari 335 S Spider Scaglietti is one of the rarest Ferraris in the world with only four ever made. The beast is equipped with a 4.1-litre V12 engine that produces 400 horsepower and can reach a top speed of 190 mph, which was unheard of in the 50’s. Adding to its value is the fact that it was driven by some of the greatest Formula 1 drivers of all time including Mike Hawthorne and Stirling Moss. 3.$28,050,000 – 1956 Ferrari 290 MM Scaglietti Spider Sold for $28,050,000 at an auction, this vintage Ferrari car is just one of the four 290 MM’s ever built. It was originally made to honor one of the greatest Formula One racers of all time, Juan Manuel Fangio. The car has had a very long and storied racing career and has never been involved in a crash. Equipped with a 3.5-litre V12 engine that produces 320 bhp, the car can reach a top speed of 174 mph and go from 0-60 mph in less than 5 seconds. 4. $27,500,000 – 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 N.A.R.T. Spider With only ten of this these NART Spiders were ever made, it’s easy to say that the 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 N.A.R.T. Spider is one of the rarest and most valuable ever made. This particular NART Spider sold for a staggering $27.5 million at a California auction and was owned by a single family for over 45 years. It is equipped with a 3.3 L 4-cam V12 engine that produces 296 hp and 294 Nm / 217 lb-ft of torque. It can reach speeds of 162 mph and can go 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds. 5.$26,400,000 – 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale Sold for $26.4 million at auction, this 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale is the first of the only three ever made. It was originally built to defend the racing crown of the Italian car manufacturer against the American Shelby Cobra Daytona and Ford GT4o. The 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale was the first Ferrari to incorporate an independent rear suspension and transaxle gearbox. 6.$18,500,000 – 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider This super rare 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider managed to sell for $18.5 million in Paris, France in 2015. How did it managed to worth that much? Well, if you happen to have a car that combines vintage, rarity, and prestige like this then you better put it up on auction and expect to earn a lot from it! Equipped with a 2,953 CC SOHC Tipo 168/61 V-12 engine that churns out 240 HP at 7,000 RPM, this car was a beast of its time. 7.$9,000,000 – 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 The Ferrari 330 P4 was built exclusively for tracks. With a body that looks like a jet, it’s easy to expect that this car is amazingly fast. With a powerful 4-litre V12 engine of 3967cc, the Ferrari 330 P4 can easily reach 0-60 in just 5 seconds and reach maximum speeds of 210 mph. We do NOT own the video materials and all credits belong to respectful owners. In case of copyright issues, please contact us immediately for further credits or clip delete. DISCLAIMER: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing." The materials are used for illustrative and exemplification reasons, also quoting in order to recombine elements to make a new work.

2019 Ferrari 488 Pista - Engine Performance - Production Factory

2019 Ferrari 488 Pista - Engine Performance - Production Factory With the last diesel-belching Iveco truck out of the way, my mind goes from thinking of new email passwords—I’m way past my dogs and onto my friend’s pets—and focuses on the power of the Pista’s engine. A dry-sump twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V-8 bolts deep in the middle of the car. Compared with the heart of the 488GTB upon which the Pista is based, 50 percent of the Pista engine’s parts are new. A lighter crankshaft and flywheel fling lighter titanium connecting rods with a claimed 17 percent reduction of inertia. The compression ratio rises from 9.4:1 to 9.6:1, and more aggressive cams work with shorter intake runners and a new Inconel exhaust manifold that reduces backpressure and weighs 21 pounds less than the GTB’s cast unit. Ferrari found an additional 49 horsepower and dropped nearly 40 pounds from the V-8. In total, Ferrari claims a 176-pound weight reduction versus the GTB. Opt for the carbon-fiber wheels, a Ferrari first, and the weight drops by another 22 pounds. The engine’s 710 horsepower doesn’t just arrive, it barges in and puts its hooves on the coffee table. Power doesn’t peak, it plateaus. From 6750 rpm to the 8000-rpm redline, the V-8 continues to make all of its 710 horsepower. Redline shifts from first to second to third never drop below 6750 rpm, so even after a shift you’re still in the land of 710 horsepower. Launch control is actuated by a Launch button on the LaFerrari-like carbon-fiber outcropping that sprouts from the center console. Push the button, then hold one foot on the brake and the other on the accelerator, and the Pista will rev the engine to 3000 rpm before takeoff. If you’re not ready for it, your head won’t stand a chance. Even though the Pista sends torque only to the rear wheels, the careful tuning of the torque curve, power delivery, and available traction are an eye-opening match that even Tinder couldn’t make. First gear doesn’t last long, but what’s odd is that second gear is gone in a flash as well. Second passes so fast that we had to study some video to see what happened. It’s tough to evaluate a car when an acute case of the giggles accompanies every hit of the pedal to the metal. It’s actually metal, too, as the Pista can be spec’d with a bare aluminum floor that’ll tink tink with every pebble tossed up by the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 rubber. (The Scuderia did that, too.) Although it pegs our own giggle meter, Ferrari’s acceleration claims might be of more interest. How about a believable zero-to-124-mph time of 7.6 seconds? We’d expect a sub-3.0-second run to 60. Another advantage of going solo: With no passenger along, there’s no one to roll their eyes when you do seven consecutive launch-control starts. It may have been 10.

Ferrari 488 Pista has a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 produces 720 of France's Cheval Vapeur, which equates to 710 of our U.S. horsepower, while torque churns in at 568 pound-feet. Those numbers outdo the 488 GTB by 50 hp and eight pound-feet of torque. The engine will get the 488 Pista in its lightest guise from a standstill to 62 miles per hour in 2.85 seconds, with 124 mph arriving in 7.6 seconds. Maximum velocity tops out at 211 mph.

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