At the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, Ferrari will officially promote its new model Portofino (after the city of Italy), replacing the current California T. Until then, the first official photos and details are ahead of us.
The car was designed by their Centro Stile, yet it is still a Coupe-Cabrio sports car with a folding hardtop (this time easier and more efficient) and with two rear seats (only for shorter realtions).
With greater use of aluminum, Portofino is distinguished by its reduced weight, higher torsional strength, revised exhaust system, the third generation of the electronic rear differential E-Diff3, as well as the F1-Trac system and fully electric EPS.
The full LED headlights, an infotainment system with a 10.2-inch touchscreen, a new air conditioning that improves passenger comfort (either with a lowered or raised roof), a new steering wheel and, of course, a 3.9 liter V8 engine, are also highlighted.
This twin-turbo engine has 441 kW/600 hp at 7500 rpm, and 760 Nm at 3000-5250 rpm. With it, up to 100 km/h Ferrari Portofino accelerates in 3.5 seconds, while a top speed is 320 km/h.
Factory stated that the combined fuel consumption is 10.5 l/100 km, while CO2 emissions are 245 grams per km.
The dimensions should also be mentioned: Portofino is 4586 mm long, 1938 mm wide and 1318 mm high. Here is the fact that the weight distribution is 46-54% forward/reverse.
More details (including price information) will be announced later, but we will not have to wait long for this because the Frankfurt Fair opens for visitors on September 14th.