A 3D printed body kit at 39,000 euros for the Ferrari F8 Tributo


It’s not the first time we’ve heard of a 3D printed body kit, but it’s a first for a Ferrari. Please note, this is not cheap, you will have to sign a check for more than 38,000 euros to transform (succinctly) your F8 Tributo.

If the original Ferrari F8 Tributo is too classic for you, there are plenty of tuners out there that offer to spice it up a bit. Novitec, for example, recently gave the Italian supercar plenty of carbon fiber parts while improving its suspension system and boosting the twin-turbo V8 so that it develops 800 horsepower. But 1016 proposes another form of modifications. What makes their body kit more interesting is that the carbon fiber parts are made in 3D printing.

The 3D printed body kit of the tuner in question is similar to the one he offers for the McLaren 720S. All the parts are adaptable directly to the car, without any modification to the body. The kit signed 1016 Industries is also fully customizable because the parts are removable and available in several colors. Among the additional parts available, the tuner offers new air intakes for the hood, a new front blade, various and varied inserts for the shield, side skirts, a rear spoiler, a diffuser and a few other small aerodynamic appendages.

More stylish but discreet

It may sound similar to other body kits available for the F8, but 1016 Industries has added some subtle upgrades that set it apart from the rest. For example, the preparer has added small scratches on the air intakes above the headlights, which are supposed to improve the passage of air flows around the car to cool the engine more efficiently.

In addition, the tuner also installs a new exhaust system with also 3D printed end caps. However, no changes have been made to the F8 Tributo’s 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 which still develops 720 horsepower and 770 Nm of torque. Still, to offer you such a body kit, it will cost the trifle of 46,640 dollars, or nearly 39,000 euros. A little expensive for a few pieces of carbon which do not really improve the performance of the car. The F8 Tributo 1016 Industries is made for car enthusiasts looking to spice up the look of their beautiful Italian.


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