2023 Ferrari Portofino M - Sound, interior Exterior Details

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09 Jan 2023

Ferrari Portofino M Convertible 2022/2023

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2022 Ferrari Portofino M
Starting at $230.950

Highs A bodacious bod that'll turn heads, a mighty and melodic twin-turbo V-8, a drop-top with top-notch performance.
Lows Back seats are basically useless, trunk is too small with the roof stowed, common driver assists aren't standard.
Verdict The Portofino M has all the ingredients of a Ferrari: Sex appeal, a acy soundtrack, and exotic performance.

The 2022 Ferrari Portofino M convertible justifies its nearly quarter-million-dollar price tag with the bravado and exotica that's exemplified by the Italian supercar maker. The Ferrari's sharply sculpted body draws gazes in the light of day, and the sound of its high-revving 612-hp twin-turbo V-8 causes goosebumps in the dark of night. The Portofino M's engine sits ahead of the driver instead of behind, making room for a pair of hilariously small back seats and a rear trunk that's only useful if the folding hardtop isn't folded. What's lost in cargo space is gained in ear ecstasy when the top is dropped and the Portofino M is being raced along a sunny coast or a mountain pass. While the 2022 Portofino M's fuel economy is middling and popular driver assists cost extra, those are likely plebian concerns to those who can afford one of these magnificent machines.

What's New for 2022?
After making it more powerful and adding a race-oriented drive mode for 2021, Ferrari hasn't made any significant changes to the Portofino M for 2022.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
Portofino M: $230,950

In a world where some high-end brands—cough, Porsche—offer dizzyingly long lists of add-ons, Ferrari makes life easy by limiting your choices. We'd spec ours with the optional front seats that come with ventilation and heating, and we'd add the advanced driver tech, too, which includes adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beams, and more. Ferrari offers aluminum footrests and a passenger display, but we don't see much of a need for them. Beyond those few options, what remains is to pick the color of the body, interior, brake calipers, gauges, and exhaust pipes as well as the design of the wheels.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance
A Ferrari is defined by its engine as much as its styling, and the twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8 that hides beneath the Portofino's elongated hood is excellent. The engine sends 612 horsepower and 561 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels through an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. But the claimed top speed of "over 199 mph" and estimated zero-to-60-mph time in the low three-second range aren't what's most impressive; it's the unmistakable timbre that erupts from the exhaust tips as the Portofino's tach needle charges towards the engine's 7500-rpm redline. The Portofino M we drove in the Florida Keys showcased the convertible's comfortable ride and remarkable body control that came courtesy of its well-tuned adaptive dampers. While its electrically assisted steering delivered satisfying feedback, the setup isn't as engaging as what Porsche provides. Every Portofino also features carbon-ceramic brakes that ensure this hefty GT can quickly be hauled to a stop.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
The 2022 Portofino M is rated at 16 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. Both figures fall short of V-8–powered rivals such as the Bentley Continental GT (16/26 mpg city/highway) and the Aston Martin DB11(18/24 mpg city/highway). Since we haven't tested the Portofino or either of those alternatives on our 75-mph fuel-economy route, which is part of our extensive testing regimen, we can't say how efficient they are in the real world. For more information about the Portofino's fuel economy, visit the EPA's website.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
Inside, the Portofino delights the eyes with a fabulous design and magnificent materials. Its varied surfaces are stitched together with handsome leather, and the 18-way power-adjustable front seats are sculpted to provide comfort and support. The buckets can also be equipped with ventilation and neck-warming functions. Neat. There's a handy wind deflector that helps keep the cabin quiet at speed when the top is dropped, too. With a pair of small bucket seats behind the front passengers, the convertible Ferrari can technically transport up to four people. However, we don't recommend that anyone spend time back there.
Read More https://www.caranddriver.com/ferrari/portofino

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