The Ferrari Portofino Is A Supercars Disguised As Grand Tourer

The goal of any road test is to drive your test car on a variety of road surfaces and weather conditions.

California can usually provide a variety of road surfaces, while the weather is hot and sunny. So I had low expectations for my Portofino weather test.

Power for the Portofino comes from a Ferrari 3.9 L V8 twin-turbocharged engine.

The Portofino shares this engine with Ferrari GTC4 Lusso Turbo. The V8 twin-turbo produces 591 horsepower at 7,500 RPM and 561 Ib-ft of torque.

The Portofino can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 3.5-seconds, 0–124 mph in 10.8-seconds and can attain a top speed of 199 mph.

A car that has 591hp and a top speed of 199 mph is by definition fast, but how it achieves that speed is the true measure of the capability of the car.

Four days and 375 miles go by quickly in a Ferrari. It was time to return to Los Angeles and give back the Portofino.

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