Ferrari potofino price and specification confirmation.
Ferrari has confirmed the full local details of its most affordable new sports car, the potofino convertible.
The Italian brand officially unveiled an open-top GT machine in byron bay today, showing it will be cheaper than the replacement of the California model T, and the first car will hit the road later this year.
Starting at about $398888 (plus the road), Portofino absolutely not everyone can come into contact with, but it is cheaper than the current California T, despite the fact that it’s faster, lighter, more powerful, and equipped with a large number of new technology.
Although conceptually maintained a similar concept – front engine, 2 + 2 folding hard-top roof convertible — the Potomac redesigned from scratch, based on 80 kg lighter than before all aluminum chassis, but 35% of the stiffness of torsional rigidity.
It first introduced by the California T 3.9 -litre twin turbo V8 engine, and then transplanted to medium-sized engine 488 GTB coupe and spiders, produces 441 kw and 760 nm, output power were higher than that of 29 kw and 5 nm due to revised the intake and exhaust system and improvement of the piston and connecting rod, so more than ever before. The engine is equipped with an updated version of the company’s 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox, which USES an electrically controlled limited slip differential.
The extra purring ensures that potofino is one of the fastest top sports cars on the road, capable of sprinting from 0-100km/h in 3.5 seconds and sprinting over 320km/h.
Ferrari claims that potofino’s brand new look gives it the dual nature of its traditional GT coupe on the roof and the open-air style of a glamorous convertible. Metal collapsible hardtop also quick operation and folded down in 14 seconds, can be open at a speed of up to 40 km/h, and the use of less when storing boot space, allow owners to load two carry-on luggage.
The cabin also redesigned lighter, lighter seats to provide more space for the crew to use the back seat, while also having more adjustable to accommodate a wider range of drivers. A new steering wheel with two 5-inch TFT information screens and a 10.25-inch high-resolution multimedia system with an Apple CarPlay connection.
Ferrari portofino can now order, but new customers will have to wait at least 12 months because of demand.