The Ferrari Portofino M, which features the legendary ‘M’ suffix, for Modificata, in its name, is the evolution of the Ferrari Portofino. The new Prancing Horse 2+ spider boasts a slew of new technical and design features, most notably an 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox and a five-position Manettino, an absolute first for a Ferrari GT convertible. Every drive aboard the Ferrari Portofino M is a voyage of (re)discovery.
Evolving Driving Pleasure
The aim of the five-position Manettino, a first on a Prancing Horse GT spider, is to make the Ferrari Portofino M’s handling and grip even more accessible by extending the setting ranges still further with the addition of the Race position. Supported by the introduction of the Ferrari Dynamic Enhancer, that position focuses on maximising driving pleasure.
Evolving Charisma & Charecter
The improvement in the Ferrari Portofino M’s aerodynamic performance is underscored by a slash on the front bumper that flows into the design of the flanks, lending visual harmony to the side view of the car. Thus, the signature Portofino side scallop finds its visual counterpart on the Ferrari Portofino M’s front bumper, which has been resculpted to accentuate the car’s dynamic profile.
The Ferrari Portofino M’s multi-level dashboard comprises an upper half and then an intermediate gap designed to lighten the perceived mass of the lower half. This breaking up of the dash into different levels allowed the designers to organise the in-car devices to very rational effect while simultaneously defining its signature full-width architecture. A central horizontal aluminium blade divides the separate areas in the upper section. The other control functions are located in the scooped section below, with a 10.25” touchscreen at the centre. The interior and dashboard architecture features two shells incorporating all of the technical components and a bridge that visually connects the instrument panel area with the central tunnel to boost passenger involvement.
Maximum Comfort Always
The Ferrari Portofino M’s seats are the product of a special research project and have an innovative magnesium structure. Different density padding and an ultra-compact seatback profile provide space for rear occupants. Seen in plan view, this ample rear seat room is clear. Also available is three-level ventilation for the seat and backrest, and the neck warmer for use in winter months. The system constantly adapts the speed of the warm air flow from the headrest to ensure it is proportional to the car’s speed, outside temperature and the position of the retractable top.
|Max RPM||7,5000 rpm|
|Bore x Stroke||86.5 x 82 mm|
|Total Displacement||3855 cc|
|Maximum Power||612 hp|
|Total Displacement||3990 cc|
|Maximum torque||561 lb-ft|
|Gearbox||F1 8-Speed Dual-clutch|
Dimensions and Weight
|Rear Track||64 in|
|ODM Weight||3668 lbs|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||80l|
|Dry Weight||3406 lbs|
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