- Ferrari reveals Portofino M supercar globally.
- It comes with a more refined 3.9-litre, twin-turbocharged V8 engine.
- The Portofino M supercar comes with five drive modes on offer.
Ferrari Portofino has been the entry level supercar for the Italian carmaker. However, Ferrari has now revealed an aggressive Portofino M that is more powerful than the regular Portofino when it comes to the performance. The ‘M’ on the Portofino M stands for ‘Modificata’ all because of the reworked engine it gets.
Meanwhile, coming to the modifications it gets on the exterior when compared to the regular Ferrari Portofino is the new front bumper with large air intakes to lower down the air drag, 5-spoke alloy wheels, new diffuser and rounded taillamps. The all-new bumper on the supercar gives it a more sportier look.
Likewise, the two seater cabin now comes with a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, three level ventilation for seats, semi-digital instrument cluster and many similar features that makes it a tech loaded supercar. The Italian carmaker is also offering Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with the infotainment system.
Ferrari will also offers ample amount of driver assistance technologies such as the adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, automatic high beam, etc. for enhanced safety.
The all-new Ferrari Portofino M comes with a 3.9-litre, twin turbocharged V8 engine. This reworked engine now produces 620BHP of power and is coupled to an 8-speed dual clutch gearbox replacing the old 7-speed automatic transmission. Meanwhile, now the Ferrari Portofino M can do a 0-100kmph in 3.45 seconds. And from 0-200kmph in just 9.8 seconds. Ferrari also offers five drive modes on the Portofino M including the Wet, Comfort, Sport, ESC-off and Race mode.