Ferrari F8 Tributo vs Porsche 911 Turbo S

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Category Ferrari F8 TributoPorsche 911 Turbo S
Engine layout 3.9 l V83.7 l B6
Max power (ps / bhp) 720 / 710650 / 641
Max torque (Nm / lb-ft) 770 / 568800 / 590
Curb weight (kg / lb) 1435 / 31641673 / 3688
Power / tonne (ps / bhp) 502 / 495389 / 383
Average price €260,000€226,000


Category Ferrari F8 TributoPorsche 911 Turbo S
0 - 40 kph 1.2 s1.0 s
0 - 80 kph 2.3 s1.9 s
0 - 100 kph 2.9 s2.5 s
0 - 130 kph 4.0 s3.9 s
0 - 150 kph 4.8 s4.9 s
0 - 160 kph 5.3 s5.6 s
0 - 180 kph 6.4 s7.0 s
0 - 200 kph 7.7 s8.4 s
0 - 300 kph 19.9 s26.6 s
1000 m 18.3 s @ 292.2 kph18.9 s @ 274.1 kph
0 - 60 mph 2.8 s2.5 s
1/4 mile 10.2 s10.1 s
Top speed 340 kph (211 mph)330 kph (205 mph)
Fuel economy 15.7 l/100 km (15 mpg US / 18 UK)8.8 l/100 km (27 mpg US / 32 UK)


Category Ferrari F8 TributoPorsche 911 Turbo S
Track Performance 00
Straight line speed 13081457
Total 13081457


911 Turbo S is the fastest by a small margin.

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Cauf40f50  1m ago

Hot fiat tho

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Anonymous  1m ago

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SpeedKing  1m ago

@FL "911 Turbo S is the fastest by considerable margin" what does this even mean, fastest how in a straight line, on track, what? The Tributo is quicker and faster after 100 km/h and will beat the Porsche on track so clearly this is rubbish :)

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Overtaking  1m ago

How many FCA guys disappointed! XD

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Botan626  2m ago

911 beetle does 0-100kph faster than 0-60mph! Are you serious with keeping these figures?

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benedekpuskas  2m ago

The points are wrong, the acceleration is almost the same, but it says that
"911 Turbo S is the fastest by considerable margin"

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Tommi95  2m ago

I am pretty sure that the Ferrari f8 tributo will beat the Porsche in the 0-200, in the 0-300 kmh, in the 400m and in the 1km from a standstill.
Porsche will win the 0-100 kmh, as usual.
On a track it's gonna be close, although I still think that the Ferrari will come out on top.
However, Porsche will be the best gt/most versatile every day car. Same old story.
I wonder why Porsche always makes the Turbo 70/80 hp less powerful than Ferrari/Mclaren.


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dante  2m ago

depends if german sissy driver will go 10/10 or 3/10, because his life means a lot to him, but doesn't mind at all when porker sends out the gt2.

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thiagolins7  2m ago

I saw rumors that the F8 is on the same footprint as the 488 Pista up to about 200 km / h, after that it is faster.

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Champ  1m ago

I think the 911 would be faster on a track, they always are even with more weight.

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Cocobe  1m ago

unless it's a prepared drag strip, i doubt the F8 will be faster to 200kph than the turbo S. And it'll also depend if it's an American Ferrari or an Euro spec. The American spec is usually 50+kg due to different safety regulations.

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Tommi95  5d ago @Cocobe

According to the first test by Quattroruote the Tributo makes the 0-200 kph in 7.7s and the 0-300 kph in 19.9s and 1 km in 18.3s. The Turbo S best times are respectively 8.4s, 23.6s and 18.9s, so it's pretty clear that the f8 is faster at higher speeds. However I think the test was run on a drag prepped surface, as in most professional tests. In real world the Porsche might have more grip and the gap could be reduced, but I still think that the Ferrari would take the 0-200 kph. The Porsche might take the 1/4 mile though.
Anyway... Porsche's acceleration is not that great compared to the 720s or f8, its only great strength is the launch control, which makes it nearly unbeatable in the short distance. It's normal though, the car has a worse power/weight ratio. On a track I think the f8 will be as fast a 720s, and the Turbo S will probably be close, all the while retaining its GT nature. However overall I think the f8 Tributo and the 720s are gonna be slightly faster, at least on a straight line (after 100 kph) ... But I don't see it as a problem for the 911, after all Porsche's biggest strenght is its versatility, not just its outright speed.

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Tommi95  5d ago @Champ

Well the Pista was faster than the 911 gt2rs on a track. The few laptimes where the gt2rs was faster than the Pista were questionable: Vairano (the Porsche was on cup2R, the Ferrari was on cup2, a wet track, and the Nurburgring, where the Porsche won simply because the Ferrari was driven by a journalist, whereas the Porsche was driven by a pilot chosen by the factory). Overall the Ferrari was faster, both on a straight line and on a track.
The 488 GTB was also faster than the 991.2 Turbo S on almost every track, and was also faster on a straight line (at least after the 0-100 kph). So it's simply not true to say that Porsches are always faster than Ferraris on a track. They are fast no doubt, but let's not overrate them.

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Tommi95  5d ago @thiagolins7

It's true. Quattroruote tested both and the f8 did the 0-300 in 19.9s, while the Pista did it in 20.6s. I guess the f8 is more aerodynamic at high speed, whereas the Pista makes more down-force