Ferrari Portofino

Price per day
AED 3.400 / $ 925
Deposit only
AED 5,000 ( $1,360 )

YEAR

2021

ENGINE

V8

COLOR

Matt gray

TRANSMISSION

automatic

DRIVE ABILITY

rear

SEATS

2 seats

*The price will not include extra 5% VAT.
** If you make a payment by a credit/debit card, 3% transaction fee will be charged.
** If you make a payment by a american express card, 5% transaction fee will be charged.

Good to know
Kilometrage limit per day
250 (Every extra km will be charged 10 AED/km)
Car rental deposit amount
AED 5000 (The deposit is refunded within 15-21 days)

The Ferrari Portofino is the new V8 GT set to dominate its segment thanks to a perfect combination of sportiness, elegance and on board comfort.

Ferrari has chosen a particularly evocative moniker for this exceptionally versatile drop-top car, referencing one of Italy’s most beautiful towns. Portofino is renowned for its charming tourist port and, over the years, has become internationally synonymous with elegance, sportiness and understated luxury.

The renowned Ferrari V8 turbo, part of the engine family that was nominated International Engine of the Year in both 2016 and 2017, now punches out 40 cv more than the California T’s power unit thanks to the adoption of new components and specific calibration of the engine management software. The characteristic Ferrari V8 soundtrack has also been further enhanced and can be fully appreciated, particularly in top-down driving.

All aspects of the 8-cylinder’s efficiency have been honed with the adoption of new pistons and con-rods, and a new intake system design. The geometries throughout the exhaust system have also been revolutionised. The new one-piece-cast exhaust header reduces losses, an important factor in ensuring Ferrari’s characteristic throttle response with zero turbo lag. These improvements, combined with the Variable Boost Management which adjusts torque delivery to suit the gear selected, enable the Ferrari Portofino to offer even higher levels of acceleration in all gears and lower fuel consumption compared to the outgoing model.

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