The Ferrari Portofino, successor to the one of the world’s best convertibles, the Ferrari California and California T. The Portofino is, as some people call it, the base model Ferrari, however there is no evidence of this car not being a true Prancing Horse. With a 3.8 liter twin-turbo that produces 600 bhp and 760 Nm torque it is definitely no baby Ferrari!
This amazing clock is made from an original Ferrari Portofino Carbon Ceramic Front-Left brake disc and brake caliper. And is fully customizable!
Subjects open to customization are:
- Car of origin or specific model;
- Brake caliper colour; nearly every colour or shade is available.
- Colour brand name; this regards the Lamborghini lettering.
- Shape and colour clock hands; a wide range of designs will be displayed for you exclusively.
- Clock interface; this included colour, material, logo and overall specifics.
- Special materials; carbon fibre, titanium, aluminium.
The Story of this Portofino
The Portofino uses giant carbon ceramic disc to generate the stopping power in order to slow down from its 199 mph top speed.
The Ferrari Portofino is the successor to the original California and the California T. It was revealed at the Geneva Motorshow back in 2018 and did not receive the attention it deserved. Ferrari’s intent for the Portofino was very clear, to build a daily driveable Ferrari. Therefore it has a driving range well over 430 miles, a relatively low fuel consumption and, with to roof up, a decent size boot.
Sales figures were quite low in the first year with only 565 models sold, however sales figures doubled the next year and the demand for convertible GT’s only grew. Also the GT market already has a few amazing cars for Ferrari to compete with. Think of the AMG S63 Convertible, Aston Martin DB11 Volante, Bentley Continental GT and even the Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible. Not an easy market to dominate, but the Portofino has certainly taken its sport in the top ranks of GT’s.
Size in centimetres
31 x 37 x 12
Weight in kg
#1 of #1
Applicable for custom design
Yes, extra costs outside of Europe
More info coming soon!