Ferrari 488 GT3

About the 488

The Ferrari 488 GT3 is a racing car designed for GT3-class competition. It is based on the Ferrari 488 GTB road car, but it features several upgrades to enhance its performance on the racetrack. The car is powered by a 3.9-liter V8 engine that produces up to 660 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque. The engine is coupled with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that provides lightning-fast shifts, enabling the driver to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds.

The 488 GT3 features a lightweight, aerodynamic body made of carbon fiber and aluminum. The car weighs only 1,245 kg, which is 25% less than the 488 GTB. The car's aerodynamics have been optimized with a large rear wing, a front splitter, and an aggressive diffuser. The 488 GT3 also features a unique suspension system that uses double-wishbone suspension with anti-roll bars and adjustable dampers.

The car's electronics system is also designed to enhance its performance. It features a Bosch Motorsport engine control unit that monitors and adjusts the engine's performance in real-time. The car also features a Magneti Marelli telemetry system that collects data from various sensors on the car and sends it back to the pit crew. This allows the crew to monitor the car's performance and make adjustments during the race. In addition, the car features an advanced traction control system that can be customized to suit different track conditions and driver preferences. The 488 GT3 is a true race car that combines Ferrari's legendary performance with advanced technology and engineering.