2021 Ferrari Portofino M

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The vehicle has a 3.9-liter engine that can produce 600 horsepower, which we saw in Ferrari Roma. The V8 unit with twin-turbo can produce 620 horsepower and 760 Nm of torque. With a weight of 1.545 kg, the car can reach a speed of 0 to 100 km / h in 3.45 seconds with its 8-speed, double-clutch, and semi-automatic transmission. It takes 9.8 seconds for the vehicle to reach a speed of 200 km / h. Its maximum speed is over 320 km / h. The car boasts Variable Boost Management, a control software developed by Ferrari that adjusts torque delivery to suit the gear selected. The result is an increasingly powerful pick-up as revs rise, whilst optimizing fuel consumption. As the car goes up through the gears (from 3rd to 8th), the amount of torque delivered by the engine increases all the way up to 760 Nm in 7th and 8th gear. The 2021 Ferrari Portofino M has a length of 4.594, a width of 1.938, and a height of 1.318 mm, while the axle distance is 2.670 mm. Thanks to the “Race” mode, the vehicle can now be used even more sporty.

The seats are the product of a special research project and have an innovative magnesium structure. Different density padding and an ultra-compact seatback profile have freed up space for rear occupants too. Also available is three-level ventilation for the seat and backrest, and the very popular neck warmer for use in winter months. The latter offers a choice of three heat levels and the system constantly adapts the speed of the warm airflow from the headrest to ensure it is proportional to the car’s speed, outside temperature, and the position of the retractable top.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine: 3.9-liter V8 twin-turbo
Power: 620 hp
Torque: 760 Nm
0-100 km/h: 3.45 seconds
Top Speed: 320 km/h
Transmission: 8-speed semi-automatic

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