Orders for Ferrari F8 Tributo and Spider have now been halted. Nonetheless, Zacoe has recently unveiled a new aesthetic package for the supercar. Ferrari's design language was the inspiration for Zacoe's modifications, but they were also inspired by motorsports.
Digital renderings are used to demonstrate the kit. The new splitter, which is bigger than the standard piece and was designed with the F-35 fighter jet in mind, is the major focus up front.
Two-piece aero side sill additions can be seen on the profile, which is supposed to stop air from entering the vehicle's bottom. A redesigned diffuser with additional flaps and a rear wing is found at the rear. Nothing is said about the blacked-out wheels in the renderings.
The supercar does not receive any performance modifications from Zacoe. Powered by a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 rated at 710 horsepower, Ferrari F8 Tributo made its debut in 2019.