Select Cars Pvt. Ltd., the official importer of Ferrari
in New Delhi, launched the latest model from the iconic Ferrari stable, the
Ferrari Portofino at a price of Rs 3.50 crore. The Ferrari Portofino, powered
by a 3.9 litre V8 twin turbo engine was launched in the presence of
AurelienSauvard, Head of Marketing at Ferrari Middle East and Yadur Kapur,
Dealer Principal at Select Cars, New Delhi, among others.
The engine generates 600hp and a peak torque of 760Nm.
The engine is mated to a 7 speed DCT. The car gets two 5 inches TFT displays in
the MID and a 10.2 inches touch screen infotainment screen which supports Appl
CarPlay. The car sits on 20 inches Pirelli P 0 tyres (front: 245/35 ZR 20, rear:
Capable of unleashing a massive 600 cv and sprinting from
0 to 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds, the Ferrari Portofino is the most powerful
convertible to combine the advantages of a retractable hard top, a roomy boot
and generous cockpit space plus two rear seats suitable for short trips.
Ferrari has chosen a particularly evocative name for this
new car. Portofino is renowned for its charming port and, over the years, has
become internationally synonymous with elegance, sportiness and understated
luxury. The launch colour of the new Ferrari has also been dedicated to this
marvellous town: Rosso Portofino.
The Ferrari Portofino’s all-new chassis features a
significant weight saving over the California T it replaces. Thanks to the
extensive use of modern production technologies, all the chassis and
body-in-white components have been redesigned with a consequent reduction in
weight despite an increase in torsional rigidity.
The Portofino is a Ferrari designed to be driven every
day that also effortlessly converts from an authentic ‘berlinetta’ coupé to a
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