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Ferrari Portofino

(2018 - present)

The Ferrari Portofino is a convertible 2+2 sports car, and is the ‘entry-level’ model in the Ferrari range. It was unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt motor show as a replacement for the Ferrari California T.

The Portofino has received positive reviews from the selected UK media sources invited to drive it, although the scores have not been as high as one might expect for a Ferrari. It has been praised for being a significant improvement over the California although, like its predecessor, it has been criticised for not delivering a driving experience as enjoyable as other Ferraris.

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Body style: Convertible
Engine: petrol V8
Price: From £154,900 on-road

Launched: Spring 2018
Last updated: –
Replacement due: TBA

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Safety rating

Independent crash test and safety ratings from Euro NCAP

The Ferrari Portofino has not been crash tested by Euro NCAP. Based on its price and exclusivity, it’s unlikely to happen.

Eco rating

Independent emissions and efficiency ratings from Green NCAP

The Ferrari Portofino has not yet been lab tested by Green NCAP. Check back soon.

Awards

Trophies, prizes and awards that the Ferrari Portofino has received

2018

  • Red Dot product design awards – Best of the Best

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