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Like the GTB, it has a 3.9-liter twin-turbo engine that’s connected to a seven-speed paddle-shift gearbox and sends 660bhp to the rear wheels. And while the Spider is slightly heavier because Ferrari has had to add some structural stiffening to make up for the loss of the fixed roof, this is still a car that can blast from 0-62mph in 3.0sec.
It’s partly down to the fact you can drop the roof or lower the rear screen so there’s less of a barrier between you and the engine. The engine fires into life with a suitably dramatic bark, and it howls addictively when you put your foot down.
At the same time, the 488 Spider mimics the GTB in the way it builds speed; acceleration is ferocious yet progressive. There’s no delay between you depressing the accelerator and the car responding, and while the engine pulls strongly from low revs, it also loves to be pushed to the redline – something that’s rarely the case with a turbocharged engine. Ferrari’s Side Slip Angle Control system, subtly intervening to help the car turn into bends and then helping you stay in control once it has. The result is a car that flatters the driver, although the steering won’t be to all tastes; it’s incredibly quick to respond, even by supercar standards.
The Ferrari 488 Spider is a thrilling car to drive, plus it rides bumps a lot better than you’d expect and keeps wind buffeting to a minimum when the roof is down but the side windows up. It’s surprisingly easy to live with for such a focused machine.
Many of the controls – lights, wipers, indicators, suspension adjustment, starter button, and traction control switch – are located on the steering wheel itself.
Similarly, the two digital screens, which flank a large analog rev counter. They can display everything from your speed to the navigation and stereo info. The basic driving position feels just about perfect, while visibility is good for a low and wide mid-engined car.
Ferrari offers a seat, with manually adjustable items holding you tightly in place through corners and proving surprisingly comfortable even after a long stint behind the wheel.
Of course, there are only two seats in the Ferrari 488 Spider, but there are enough head and legroom for a couple of adults well over six feet tall, and they won’t be clashing elbows.
Oddment storage is decent, too; Ferrari has provided a glovebox, cupholders and a handy central tray, while a shelf behind the seats gives you somewhere to stow a handbag or laptop case.
True, there’s no luggage space behind the cabin, because that space is entirely taken up by the turbocharged 3.9-liter engine, but the well in the nose of the car is capable of swallowing a couple of overnight bags.
The retractable metal roof is fully electric, folding away in 14 seconds and at speeds of up to 50km/h.
The list of equipment includes satellite navigation, cruise control, rear and front parking sensors, and rear camera.