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Build the Ferrari 488 Spider of Your Dreams With This Configurator

Design your perfect drop-top 488

Stefan Ogbac
Apr 12, 2016

The configurator for the Ferrari 488 Spider is now live, giving prospective buyers the chance to configure and customize their perfect example of the 488 GTB's topless sibling. Powering the 488 Spider is a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V-8 rated at 661 hp and 561 lb-ft of torque that's paired to a seven-speed twin-clutch gearbox.

Like many high-end exotics and ultra-luxury cars, you can personalize the 488 Spider to your heart's content. On the exterior there is a wide variety of colors ranging from solid and metallic finishes to historic and special hues. You'll also be able to commission a retractable hardtop roof that contrasts with the car's exterior color. There are also six alloy wheel choices, nine brake caliper colors, carbon fiber spoilers and diffusers, and a Scuderia Ferrari shield side emblem to choose from.

Additional options include a suspension lifter, titanium sport pipes, a sport exhaust system, front- and rearview cameras, adaptive headlights, parking sensors, and an engine start/stop system. For the cabin, buyers can choose a wide array of color combinations including solid and two-tone schemes, contrast stitching, nine carpet colors, full leather or partial leather upholstery, six styles of sport seats that can be had with manual or fully electric controls, and interior trim such as carbon fiber.

Click here to configure your own 488 Spider.

Source: Ferrari

By Stefan Ogbac
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