Verde British Ferrari 488 Pista Spider Shows Subtle Spec

Verde British Ferrari 488 Pista Spider 1 photo
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Here's a little spec riddle for all you aficionados: how do you configure a wild animal like the Ferrari 488 Pista in a way that makes it stand out, but while keeping an overall aura of discretion?
Well, ladies and gentlemen drivers, the Maranello machine that brought us here provides a respectable answer to the riddle in the intro.

Most of the 720 horsepower machine's body is covered in a shade dubbed Verde British, but this Prancing Horse historical color is only the start of the eye candy adventure that is this machine.

You see, the devil is in the details with this Italian exotic. So, do those black stripes adorning the upper side of the twin-turbo V8 toy affect the restrained-look aura of the machine?

Heck, if anything, the stripes only add to the said aura, at least from where I'm standing.

Then we have goodies like green carbon - I'll invite you to pay close attention to the images portraying the Pista Spider and discover these on your own, so make sure to use the swipe featur of the social media post at the bottom of the page. Spoiler alert: the said goodies can be found covering multiple areas of the car.

No, the toy doesn't feature the optional carbon fiber wheels, but, if you must take a(nother) looks at these shoes, here's an example that does.

Verde British seems to have also made its way inside this Ferrari 488 Pista, with the hue adorning multiple bits and pieces of the cabin, as you'll be able to notice below.

Now, some of you might want to know what happens when the owner of a Pista decided to cover his track special in a shade of green that's a bit more controversial. Well, this Verde Germolio example should answer your question with ease.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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