Ferrari has unveiled a special 488 GTB signed by Tailor Made. The car pays tribute to the 308 Gr4 Pioneer and was unveiled in Paris at the Grand Palais on the occasion of this year’s Tour Auto Optic 2000. 

The idea behind this special 488 GTB was to deliver a blue & white livery that would harken back to the 308 Gr4 Pioneer. The latest model was driven by Jean Claude Andruet, a two-time winner of the Tour de France Auto (1981 and 1982). In order to complete the retro look, the Italian car manufacturer has used gold wheels and matte black brake calipers.

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Inside the cabin, the 488 GTB by Tailor Made comes with red leather upholstery and a Grigio Corsa mat aluminum floor. The dashboard has received some matte carbon accessories and Alcantara trim. 

And this is just the beginning because the guys from Tailor Made are ready to deliver even more impressive model. The division was inaugurated back in 2011 and since then we have seen a great number of special Ferraris. 


Source: Ferrari