The Ferrari Portofino’s trip to Eastern Europe reached the end of the road in Warsaw.
Leaving Vienna on 20 June, the 10 new Prancing Horse convertibles wended their way along picturesque roads that, following the course of the Danube, passed by Bratislava and Gyor before arriving in Budapest. At the wheel, as in previous stages, were a select number of customers and enthusiasts who appreciated the brilliant performance of the car powered by its 600 HP 8-cylinder engine.
Leaving Budapest, the journey continued along a loop to Krakow. The route alternated between stretches of motorway and country roads to test the Ferrari Portofino’s renowned versatility in all conditions.
The last stage of this exclusive première went from Katowice to Warsaw, before passing through places such as Siedlce and Janów Podlaski.
The Ferrari Portofino visited Austria
The exclusive première of the Ferrari Portofino had previously stopped off in Vienna, after leaving Linz, the capital of Upper Austria. The 10 cars, driven by selected customers and enthusiasts, criss-crossed the border between Upper and Lower Austria, marked by the course of the Danube.
The local landscape brought out the dynamic qualities of the Ferrari Portofino, the new GT car that combines comfort with driving fun and maximum versatility, provided by the retractable hard roof that in just 14 seconds changes configuration from saloon coupé to sports spider.