Ferrari Cars to Choose|| Specifications, Features, And Summary

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Best Ferrari Cars to Choose
  1. Ferrari F8 Tributo

Lithe and voluptuous, the 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo is the supercar to choose if you like your automotive performance packaged in an undeniably glamorous wrapper—and who doesn’t? With its chiseled panels and windblown profile, the F8 Tributo looks more beautiful than brash, which sets it apart from other cars in Ferrari’s stable. This coupe is new to the Ferrari lineup for the 2020 model year, stepping in to replace the outgoing 488GTB. Memorably quick off the line, the F8 Tributo is motivated by the same burly 710-hp V-8 that lives under the hood of the 488 Pista. This alluring coupe costs more than an Ivy League education, but its price is justified by its winning style and breathtaking performance.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Specifications

The F8 Tributo is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V-8 that produces 710 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque. All models are rear-wheel drive, and a seven-speed automatic transmission changes the gears. This Ferrari is quick enough to make an indelible impression. 

Ferrari F8 Tributo Variants

The F8 Tributo provides seating for two passengers within a cabin that’s roomy enough to provide pleasant, comfortable accommodations. Contrasting stitching and sporty design cues help give the interior a performance-themed aesthetic that matches that of the car’s sheet metal. The cabin’s most notable shortcoming concerns rearward visibility. The view out the back is impeded by the rear window’s louvers. Many exotics are very low on cargo space, and the F8 Tributo is no exception. Cargo capacity stands at seven cubic feet.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Features

Fuel economy for the 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo stands at 15/19 mpg city/highway, according to EPA estimates. That’s better mileage than you’ll get with rivals such as the Lamborghini Huracán (up to 13/18 mpg).

Ferrari F8 Tributo Summary

Engine3902 CC
Mileage340 km/h
No Of Cylinders8
Gear Box7 Speed
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrol
Engine Type90-degree V8 twin-turbo Engine
Kerb Weight1435 Kg
Max Torque710.74bhp@8000rpm

Pros And Cons of Ferrari F8 Tributo

Pros of Ferrari F8 TributoPowerful V8 engine.


Outstanding handling.
Cons of Ferrari F8 TributoExpensive.

Low ground clearance.
  1. Ferrari 812

The first and most difficult challenge Ferrari always faces when it decides to develop a new model is to push the boundaries of its achievements yet again. This challenge is made all the tougher when the task at hand involves designing a new 12-cylinder engine, the power unit that hailed the start of the glorious Prancing Horse story 70 years ago in 1947. On this occasion, intensive research and development focused on exploiting Ferrari’s wealth of track-derived engineering know-how has produced the 812 Superfast, designed to offer its drivers both benchmark performance across the board and the most riveting and rewarding driving experience possible. 

Ferrari 812 Specifications

The 812 Superfast thus ushers in a new era in Ferrari 12-cylinder history, and, in doing so, builds on the invaluable legacies of the F12berlinetta and F12tdf. To make full use of that huge power and to guarantee perfect weight distribution, the car exploits a highly evolved transaxle architecture that couples a front-mounted engine with a rear-mounted transmission. It is also the first Ferrari equipped with EPS (Electric Power Steering).

Ferrari 812 Features

With its output boosted to 800 CVS, 60 more than the F12berlinetta, the 812 Superfast is the most powerful and fastest road-going Ferrari ever built (with the exception, of course, of the rear-engined special limited-series 12-cylinders). 

Ferrari 812 Variants

The cabin has been radically redesigned to imbue it with an even sportier character. Light, compact volumes hug the contours of the interior structures to the extent that the latter are visible in certain areas. The 812 Superfast is the first Ferrari to introduce Electric Power Steering (EPS) which, in line with Ferrari tradition, is used to fully exploit the potential of the car in terms of performance by integrating it with all of the electronic vehicle dynamics controls.

Ferrari 812 Summary

Engine6496 CC
Mileage340 km/h
No Of Cylinders8
Tyre Size275/35ZR 20″ 10j ;315/35 20″ 11.5j
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrol
Engine TypeV12 – 65°
Seating Capacity2
Max Torque718Nm@7000rpm

Pros And Cons of Ferrari 812

Pros of Ferrari 812Powerful V8 engine.


Cons of Ferrari 812Trunks and Seats

  1. Ferrari Portofino

Ferrari has chosen a particularly evocative moniker for this exceptionally versatile drop-top car, referencing one of Italy’s most beautiful towns. Portofino is renowned for its charming tourist port and, over the years, has become internationally synonymous with elegance, sportiness, and understated luxury. The launch color of the new Ferrari has also been dedicated to this marvelous town: Rosso Portofino. A Ferrari designed to be driven every day that also effortlessly converts from an authentic ‘Berlinetta’ coupé to a drop-top capable of delivering a unique Ferrari soundtrack and superb driving pleasure even in day-to-day situations. 

Ferrari Portofino Specifications

Ferrari is all set to debut its new hard-top convertible supercar, the Portofino in India on 28 September 2018. The Portofino will replace the California T. Though the cars look quite different from each other, the Portofino is powered by the same 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8, but here it makes 591PS of max power and 760Nm of peak torque. 0-100kmph comes up in just 3.6 seconds and the top speed is more than 320kmph.

Ferrari Portofino Variants

Inside, there is a new steering wheel, a 10.2-inch infotainment unit, and a new air-conditioning system that promises to improve cooling when the hardtop is folded down. The front occupants get 18-way electrically adjustable seats and the rear passengers get more legroom thanks to a new backrest design. 

Ferrari Portofino Features

To reduce wind turbulence inside the cabin, the Ferrari Portofino gets a new wind deflector which cuts airflow inside the cabin by 30 percent and also reduces wind noise. When launched, the most affordable Ferrari will most likely have an asking price well north of Rs 3 crore.

Ferrari Portofino Summary

Engine3855 CC
Mileage9 Kmpl
No Of Cylinders8
Top Speed320 km/h
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrol
Engine TypeV8 Turbo
Seating Capacity4
Max Torque760Nm@3000-5250rpm

Pros And Cons of Ferrari Portofino

Pros of Ferrari PortofinoMost powerful convertible car in the GT segment

High-end sleek design

Features modern technologies
Cons of Ferrari PortofinoHigh price

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  1. Ferrari GTC4 Lusso

Powerful yet sophisticated, sporty yet luxurious. Ferrari’s new 12-cylinder does make every journey a radically different experience. Whether being driven solo or with all four seats occupied, the latest addition to the Ferrari range puts people at the center of a whole new world. The GTC4 Lusso was designed to deliver different and entirely surprising emotions.

Ferrari GTC4 Lusso Specifications

The values of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions shown were determined according to the European Regulation (EC) 715/2007 in the version applicable at the time of type approval. The fuel consumption and CO2 emission figures refer to the WLTP cycle.

Ferrari GTC4 Lusso Variants

In-car acoustic comfort is also significantly better than in the FF, thanks to improved insulation from exterior noise. Needless to say, however, this does not in the least impinge on the signature sound of the Ferrari V12 in the cabin. This was attained by achieving a 20% improvement in rigidity of the car’s chassis attachment points, upgrading the climate control system which is now 25% quieter, and improved filtering and damping of less-pleasant.

Ferrari GTC4 Lusso Features

Meticulous attention to design has produced a cabin that is a flawless triumph of sporty luxury. Another first from the GTC4Lusso is the new, beautifully balanced Dual Cockpit architecture designed to enhance the shared driving experience for both driver and passenger. 

Ferrari GTC4 Lusso Summary

Engine3855 – 6262 CC
Mileage4 Kmpl
No Of Cylinders12
Top Speed320 km/h
Emission Norm ComplianceBS-VI
Fuel TypePetrol
Engine TypePetrol Engine
Seating Capacity4
Max Torque760nm@3000-5250rpm

Pros And Cons of Ferrari GTC4 Lusso

Pros of Ferrari GTC4 LussoInterior.

Engine and Instrument Cluster.

Features modern technologies.
Cons of Ferrari GTC4 LussoBoot Space and Lenght.
  1. Ferrari Purosangue SUV – Upcoming

Ferrari will soon launch the Purosangue SUV – and the car that is rapidly becoming the most controversial vehicle in the Italian firm’s 91-year history. When it goes on sale next year, the Purosangue will go head-to-head against a growing number of ultra-premium SUVs, such as the Aston Martin DBX and Lamborghini Urus.

Ferrari recently confirmed that the new Purosangue will be based on the same platform as the Roma GT. Michael Leiters, Ferrari’s Chief Technology Officer explained: “In general we will have two families of architecture – front- and rear-engine families. The modularity is there and, especially on the front-engined architecture, we have to foresee many more models. We have a 2+2, we have a 4+, we are thinking about Purosangue, and so on.”

The design of the Ferrari Purosangue is previewed by our exclusive images – and it certainly features elements of the Roma GT, retaining the grand tourer’s dramatic lines, long bonnet, short tail, and flared haunches. The front of the SUV will likely use a more conventional grille than the Roma, although there’ll still be plenty of intakes to maximize engine cooling.

  1. Ferrari Portofino Facelift Upcoming

The 2021 Ferrari Portofino will act as a facelift to the replacement of California. The car marketed as the wife’s Ferrari originally made its debut in 2017, so a 2021 released date is expected for its refreshed equivalent. The convertible is set to get a total overhaul in 2025.

As of April 2020, there has been no word on the upcoming facelift’s price from Ferrari. The 2020 model starts at £164,425, so one would expect a similar price point. However, several interesting changes could bump up the price.

As I mentioned, the 2021 Ferrari Portofino facelift will have numerous interesting tweaks that would inspire a higher price compared to the current iteration. First up is the engine. The Portofino is set to keep its turbocharged V8, but it will now be good for 620hp as opposed to the measly 591hp the powerplant currently produces.

Due to European emission regulations and the new particulate filter, the car will undoubtedly sound tamer, not that the current variant is known for its barky exhaust tone.

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