The new Ferrari F8 Tributo might be, essentially, a refreshed 488 GTB, but it has a bunch of aerodynamic updates to make it more capable than any previous model. Ferrari put together a quick video demonstrating the changes made to the F8 to take advantage of the air around it.
The nose of the car features an S-duct that takes in air through the front bumper and exhausts it through the hood, pushing the front wheels into the road and channeling air over the windshield. There's also a new diffuser to better guide air under the car. Inside the bumper, the radiators have been laid flat to allow air to pass through the body with less restriction. Out back, there's a wider, steeper spoiler, as well as a diffuser with active panels that open and close depending on speed.
Perhaps the coolest change is the underside of the F8. It gets a new flat floor with six vortex generators, three per side. These help push air out from under the car, creating a vacuum that sucks the car to the road. This stuff is usually reserved for race cars. But here it is, in the latest Ferrari street car. That's the power of trickle-down engineering.