2019 Ferrari Portofino


VIN: ZFF89FPA0K023816

Reimel Motorcars presents this 2019 Ferrari Portofino with only 600miles. Covered in Argento Nurburgring exterior paint over a Red leather interior. This Portofino is spec’d with red brake calipers, Front grill with chrome edges, horse stitched on headrest, Suderia Ferrari sheilds, magneride dual mode suspension, full electric seats, coloured special stitching and Cerchi 20″ forgiati diamantati wheels bringing the MSRP to $241,700.

The Ferrari Portofino is a grand touring sports car. It is a two-door 2+2 hard top convertible. The car is named after the Italian Portofino village and also succeeds the company’s previous V8 grand tourer, the California T. The car was unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Succeeding the company’s successful V8 grand tourer, the California, the Portofino aims to strike the same balance between an easy to drive GT car and a typical Ferrari sports car as set by the California. It carries over the same philosophy as its predecessor but is now more refined and agile, courtesy of new design and technical elements.[5]

The chassis of the Portofino is made of 12 different aluminium alloys with much of its components now being integrated. The A-pillar of its predecessor consisted of 21 separate components and is now a single piece. Hollow castings allow for increased structural rigidity, increasing it by 35% over the California T’s chassis.

Weight saving has been kept in focus while the development of the Portofino was carried out. Ferrari engineers managed to shave weight from the powertrain, dashboard structure, air-conditioning and heating and electronic systems of the car resulting in a weight of 1,664 kg (3,668 lb), making the car 80 kg (176 lb) lighter than its predecessor.

the 3.9-litre F154BD twin-turbocharged V8 engine

Engine, transmission and performance
The engine, a 3,855 cc (3.9 L) F154BD twin-turbocharged V8, is the same as in the GTC4Lusso T, but yields a slightly de-tuned power output of 591 hp (441 kW; 599 PS) at 7,500 rpm and 560 N⋅m (413 ft⋅lb) of torque at 3,000-4,250 rpm. Changes to the engine include a 10% pressure increase in the combustion chamber, revised connecting rods and pistons and a single cast exhaust manifold. The car retains the 7-speed dual clutch transmission from its predecessor but features a new software to allow for faster gear shifts. The exhaust system has been tweaked to give the car a proper sound note while maintaining its grand touring nature, featuring an adjustable electric bypass valve that monitors the engine’s sound according to driving conditions. The Portofino can accelerate from 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 3.5 seconds, 0–200 km/h (0–124 mph) in 10.8 seconds and can attain a top speed of 320 km/h (199 mph).[6]

Suspension and steering
The Portofino features magentorheological dampers, a carry over from the California, with an improved software to maintain good ride quality even though having a stiffer suspension system than the California. Like the company’s V12 grand tourer 812 Superfast, the Portofino features an electrically assisted power steering. Both the suspension system and steering become increasingly responsive when the car is in sports mode.

The interior of the Portofino was developed after taking input from various clients. The rear seats have increased leg room (by 5 centimeters) and the infotainment system is more advanced and easier to use, featuring a 10.2-inch display screen in the centre console with Apple CarPlay functionality, as in its predecessor. The air conditioning system has been refined as well and is now 25% faster and 50% quieter than the California’s.

This vehicle is being sold with Balance of Factory Warranty. Reimel Motorcars encourages a pre-purchase inspection be performed on all vehicles offered to showcase their conditions.


Price $0 SOLD
Miles 600 mi
Color Silver
Transmission Automatic
Engine 8 cylinder L


Year 2019
Make Ferrari
Model Portofino
Transmission Type Automatic
Engine Location Front
Engine Cylinders 8