The 2018 Ferrari Portofino has launched in Australia today, with a starting price of $398,888 and an expected delivery date of September. The company is keen to say the Portofino is essentially an all-new car, with a new chassis and thoroughly revised interior and drivetrain over the California T. It’s powered by a heavily revised version […]
The basic premise remains the same: twin-turbo V8, a folding hardtop, and some tiny rear seats. Continue reading 2018 Ferrari Portofino First Drive Review | Forget all about the California 2018 Ferrari Portofino First Drive Review | Forget all about the California originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 13 Feb 2018 18:02:00 EST. Show More Summary
Ferrari’s Portofino may be closely related to its California T predecessor, but the car is significantly different in that it introduces new construction methods that Ferrari plans to implement on future models. The new construction methods have enabled the engineers to reduce weight and complexity of the chassis and body while increasing...
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entry level” convertible ahead of its public debut at next month’s Frankfurt Auto Show. The 591-horsepower, 200 mph, twin turbo, V8-powered Ferrari Portofino is lighter and quicker than the California T it replaces, with a similar price tag north of US$200,000 Source: Ferrari The post 2018 Ferrari Portofino appeared first on The Big Picture.
Automakers find themselves at the intersection of disruption and opportunity. Continue reading 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show: Observations on the Ferrari Portofino, Honda Urban EV and more 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show: Observations on the Ferrari Portofino, Honda Urban EV and more originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 13 Sep 2017 12:15:00 EDT. Show More Summary
The least-expensive Ferrari offers massive horsepower, screaming performance and sexy looks for days.
The reveals are rolling in at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, and two of them showcase what's happening at the top of the luxury game. Ferrari pulled the cover off its Portofino, the replacement for the entry-level California T. "TheShow More Summary
This tourer from the prancing horse replaces the California T. It packs a 591 hp 3.9L turbo V8 that launches the car from 0-to-62 mph in 3.5 s, and a retractable hardtop which gives it coupe looks when the wind isn’t blowing through your hair on the way up to its 199 mph top speed.
First, Ferrari dropped the 812 Superfast into our laps with zero warning. No rhyme or reason, just sort of, “oh, here’s the most powerful front-engined V12 car we’ve ever made, hope you enjoy it.” And now they’ve up and done the same thing with this: The front-engined, V8 Portofino. The Portofino will be the “entry-level” […]
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An all-new chassis cuts weight, and the engine gets a power bump.
Ahead of its official debut in Frankfurt, Ferrari has revealed its latest offering: a GT with a unique combination of sportiness, elegance and on board comfort.
No more California love.
Only in the land of Ferrari could its most affordable offering scream past 200 mph with 590 horsepower under the driver's right foot.
Ferrari has announced its new 'entry level' convertible ahead of its public debut at next month's Frankfurt Auto Show. The 591-horsepower, 200 mph, twin turbo, V8-powered Ferrari Portofino is lighter and quicker than the California T...Show More Summary