Holman Motorcars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to offer this wonderful 2020 Ferrari Portofino Nero Daytona Metallic with the following features:Horse Stitched on Headrest, Colored Mats with Logo, Scuderia Ferrari Shields, Magneride Duel Mode Suspension, Electrochromic Rear View Mirror, Colored Piping, White Rev Counter, 20 Forged Diamond Rims, Full Electric Seats, Squared Pattern Style Seats, Colored Special Stitching, Colored Steering Wheel, Rosso Corsa Brake Calipers. 2020 Ferrari Portofino Clean CARFAX.Thank you for selecting Holman Motorcars to research your next luxury vehicle lease or purchase. Buy with full confidence from a fully authorized Aston Martin/Bentley/Rolls Royce dealership owned and operated by Holman Automotive Group, a family run company in business for over 90 years that treats all of our customers like royalty. Our Ft. Lauderdale dealership has the best selection of new/pre-owned Rolls Royce/Bentley/Aston Martin vehicles available. If you have any questions regarding a specific vehicle, please call Ralph Avila at 954-335-2250.
For 2020, the Ferrari Portofino doesn't make any significant changes since replacing its predecessor, the California T years prior. the Portofino shares the same basic layout that the California T did. That means the Portofino retains the trick, folding hardtop as well as a front mounted V8, giving the car a slightly more traditional profile than most of the mid-engined cars in Ferrari's lineup. Despite the familiarity, the Portofino still looks incredibly fresh and sleek.
At the heart of the Ferrari Portofino is its engine, a V8 unit displacing 3.9L, fed by a pair of turbochargers. It's a combination that makes 591 horsepower and 561 lb-ft of torque, which is then sent to the rear wheels via a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox. With a 0-60 time of under four seconds, the Portofino is extremely fast, but just noting its performance doesn't do the drivetrain justice. The Portofino's V8 is a screamer, sounding amazing all the way up to its 7500 RPM redline. Despite all that power, the Portofino should still return about 22 mpg on the highway according to the EPA.
One of the best features of the Portofino is its folding hardtop. Most convertibles tend to look a little bit awkward with their fabric tops up, but the Portofino looks beautiful no matter which configuration it's in, thanks to a roof made up of folding metal panels. This also improves noise, comfort and safety when compared to a traditional soft top. A folding hard top really offers the best of both worlds when it comes to deciding between a coupe and a convertible.
Unlike many of its competitors, the Ferrari Portofino doesn't feature endless option packages, instead letting potential buyers design and customize their Ferrari with a variety of aesthetic options. There are of course multiple interior and exterior colors as well as seat designs, brake caliper colors and carbon fiber accents available. Exhaust tips can be had in several different colors as well and Ferrari even lets potential owners choose between black, silver, red, yellow or white for the tachometer. However, the nuts and bolts of the Portofino remain the same, with every car featuring the same engine, transmission, interior electronics and carbon ceramic brakes.
The Ferrari Portofino's comes standard with 20-inch forged alloy wheels, electrically adjustable front seats with lumbar support, leather seats, leather steering wheel, adaptive damper suspension, keyless entry with push button start, front and rear parking sensors, leather headliner and dual-zone automatic air conditioning.
The Portofino's infotainment system comes standard with 7-speaker sound system with 10-inch touchscreen, voice-activated navigation, satellite radio, Bluetooth integration, USB port and Apple CarPlay.