And while customer cars are also taken for a spin around the area before embarking on the journey to their garages, this is probably a pair of Ferrari engineers polishing the final details, a procedure that's not uncommon after a new vehicle launch, whether we're talking about Ferrari of Kia.
The Italian automotive producer has been tight-lipped about the deliveries of the F8 Spider. However, judging by the time table used in the past, we can expect the first clients to receive their 720 horsepower hair-stylers sometime in the next five months.
The F8 Spider comes with a starting price of EUR262,000, but optional extras will certainly push that number higher. For instance, a company report showed that the average price for a Ferrari sat at about EUR274,000 last year.
Meanwhile, the first customers of the F8 Tributo are expected to receive their coupes this month and, given all the driving aids introduced by the carmaket, they'll be able to enjoy their supercars through the cold weather.
Keep in mind that the current waiting list for Ferraris can easily see a client waiting 2-3 years before grabbing the machine.
As it always happens, we'll have to wait before the truly standout configurations of the F8 starts to show up. For instance, we are now in a period when the special 488 Pista specs have landed.
And we've been bombarded with Ferrari specs that raise eyebrows. For instance, this Verede Germolio Pista Spider we featured back in July is the kind that challenges the traditional Rosso Corsa, thus setting social media on fire.