This Tailor Made Ferrari Portofino Makes Green And Orange Look Good Together

This Tailor Made Ferrari Portofino Makes Green And Orange Look Good Together

The Portofino may not be the fastest, most powerful, or even the most desirable model in Ferrari’s range but that doesn’t mean it isn’t an impressive car. Quite the opposite, in fact.

Ferrari introduced the Portofino in 2017 as a replacement to the California T. It serves as Ferrari’s sole 2+2 convertible with a retractable hardtop and provides vastly improved driving dynamics over its predecessor. Most Portofinos that you’ll see out on the road will probably be painted in traditional shades of Ferrari red or perhaps simple shades of silver. This example is a little different.

The Portofino in question has been listed up for sale by Rosso Corsa, an exotic car dealer that operates a host of dealerships throughout Italy. This car is located in Milan and has an asking price of €309,000 ($341,000).

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Immediately making this Portofino stand out is the green paint job. The listing doesn’t specify what exact shade of green this is but it does look similar to Verde Pino, one of the rarer colors in Ferrari’s palette. Contrasting this paint are chrome-finished wheels with yellow Ferrari center caps and Scuderia Shields on the front quarter panels.

The original owner of this Portofino also made some bold design choices with the car’s interior. Most notably, the seats, lower half of the dashboard, transmission tunnel, and parts of the door panels are all finished in bright orange leather which is contrasted by tan-colored carpeting and black leather across all remaining interior surfaces.

Ferrari’s Tailor Made division have also adorned this Portofino with wooden sill plates and applied some wooden trim around the gear selector module.

Like all Portofino models, the car is powered by a 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 pumping out 592 hp at 7,500 rpm and 561 lb-ft (760 Nm) of torque between 3,000 and 5,250 rpm.

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