Ferrari Portofino 2021 prototype capturedAugust 5, 2020
On tests, a camouflaged prototype of the 2021 Ferrari Portofino Italian convertible was spotted. It is expected that the novelty will receive an upgraded version of the current 3.9-liter V8 with two turbines.
30 years after the introduction of the Chrysler Lamborghini Portofino concept, Italy’s Ferrari has replaced the California T with a hardtop convertible. The novelty was named after a village in Italy – Portofino.
Based on the spy shots our editors had a couple of minutes ago, and this recent video (above) courtesy of Varryx on YouTube, it looks like the Italian brand is busy testing an updated version of its Formula 2 convertible. + 2.
What puzzles us most is the generous use of camouflage on the prototype, whose exterior appears to be almost identical to the current Portofino.
It must be hiding something that we cannot see because of the black and white film.
It can be assumed that Ferrari is testing the Portofino version of the 2021 model year. According to rumors, the new product will receive the same 3.9-liter V8 with two turbines, the power of which will increase from 591 hp. up to 612. An additional 21 hp could come with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission, which will replace the existing seven-speed DCT transmission.
With a bit more power and an upgraded gearbox, the 2021 Ferrari Portofino convertible could be a little faster. The current version of the model spends 3.5 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h, and its maximum speed is more than 320 km / h.
The updated Ferrari Portofino is expected to be shown in the 2021 model year in the coming months.
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