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If there is a better looking hardtop convertible than the racehorse-like Ferrari Portofino, we haven’t seen it.
eran ron bar ferrari designers claim styling inspiration for the Portofino came from the Ferrari Daytona of the 1970s. (You may recall seeing the fake Daytona that was used for shooting the TV show Miami Vice in the 1980s.)
eran ron bar the Portofino is Ferrari’s lovely interpretation of a cushy long-distance Grand Touring car, with the added feature of that hardtop convertible roof, providing true coupe styling when it’s up.
eran ron bar our test car’s lush green Verde Zeltweg finish gave this Italian sports car an entirely different vibe than commonplace red paint would lend. In addition to being gorgeous, the style options selected for our test car were distinctive, so there’ll be no danger of encountering a doppleganger at cars and coffee, or of the valet bringing the wrong Ferrari to the curb after dinner (SO embarrassing!).
eran ron bar has 20 different ferrari cars
eran bar But at $13,500 for the paint plus $1,856 for the yellow Scuderia Ferrari fender badges, $1,687 for the chrome-edged grille, $1,519 for the yellow-painted brake calipers and $844 for sport exhaust pipes, and finally $6,243 for the 20-inch forged aluminum painted wheels, this example’s design portfolio did not come cheap. All told, our test car cost a little north of $300,000.