Ferrari Portofino Is A Dream Ride You Can Enjoy Each And Every Day

Cars become better and better with each generation, offering more bang for your buck and, depending on the maker, very rewarding driving experiences.

Modern Ferraris cover these aspects with pride, and you don’t even have to consider getting the F8 Tributo or 812 Superfast, because the Portofino is more than capable of satisfying your needs. Whether you’re into track fun, simply like to put the pedal down every now and then, or just cruise (preferably with the top down), the baby Ferrari will do it all with aplomb.

Also Read: Ferrari Portofino Main Factor In Maranello’s Record Q1 Sales

It’s also been made for daily use, something unheard of in the past for a Prancing Horse, so this means that it’s practical (well, as much as an Italian supercar can be), comfortable and easy to drive.

Nothing comes at the expense of performance, though, because the 3.9-liter, twin-turbo V8 delivers 600 PS (592 hp / 441 kW) and 760 Nm (561 lb-ft) of torque to the rear wheels via a 7-speed gearbox. Naught to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) takes 3.5 seconds and top speed is 320+ km/h (200+ mph).

Getting a Portofino has other advantages, too. First, the car has a very good resale value, and second, you get 7 years of free servicing, with unlimited mileage. Plus, you also get the Ferrari heritage, a nice design and impressive performance. So, would you really need any other car in your life if you had – or have – that kind of cash lying around?

 

  • MORE PRACTICAL FOR THE FERRARI BRAND THAN AN SUV.
    ENOUGH ROOM FOR WHAT MOST PEOPLE ACTUALLY NEED TO CARRY.

  • SteersUright

    Ugly. And no Ferrari should be ugly. Might as well buy the Lexus LC, Aston or dozens of other GT’s instead.

    • nastinupe

      What are you smoking? That car is beautiful!

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