Ferrari says it is the 50th convertible in the company's history and has the lowest weight concentration in a drop of 1
Ferrari says that the maintained aerodynamics of the coupé, and the convertible also divide the compartment lightweight from carbon fibers and simplification. The driver's door handle is just a back.
This type of Spider can be identified with a central stripe down the back, as Ferrari says in its announcement, "remembers the movement of airflow and ceases the lines of the car." The blue stripes over a white body will also be traditional racing colors in the United States , another nods to the car's debut site and America's love for convertibles.
Helping the vehicle's driving dynamics is a new side-control system called Ferrari Dynamic Enhancer. Spider has 20-inch alloy wheels with Berlin wheels, although you can choose single carbon fiber wheels that give a weight reduction of 20 percent.
No mention of 488 Pista Spider will go into production, but Ferrari notes the popularity of its drop-ups in the United States, so we'll assume it's happening. And if Lamborghini can do a drop-up version of Hardcore Huracan Performante, why should not Ferrari with Pista?