Ferrari Portofino M vs. Bentley Continental GTC V8

Ferrari Portofino M vs Bentley Continental GTC V8

Portofino M

Continental GT Convertible V8
3.9L V8 Twin Turbo

Engine

4.0L V8
8-Speed Dual-Clutch

Transmission

8-Speed Dual-Clutch
10.3 Cubic Feet

Cargo Space

8.3 Cubic Feet
612 hp

Horsepower

542 hp
200 mph

Top Speed

198 mph
3.45 Seconds

0 - 60 MPH Time

4 Seconds

The Ferrari Portofino M further refines a modern classic, but it does more than just iterate on a beloved Prancing Horse — it also stands out against all comers. When you compare the Ferrari Portofino M and Bentley Continental GTC V8, you’re considering a pair of capable supercars. Not only does the Portofino M’s design speak to a brilliant collaboration of beautiful design and raw power, but it also outperforms the Continental GT Convertible across the board: in engine specs, in performance, and even in interior space.


Portofino M vs. Continental GTC V8: Powertrain and Performance

It’s clear from a quick glance at the Portofino’s specs that the Continental GTC V8 just can’t keep up with this Prancing Horse. In terms of horsepower, max engine speed, top speed, and acceleration, the Portofino thoroughly outclasses Bentley’s offering.

Ferrari Portofino M Powertrain Specs

  • Engine: 3.9L Twin-Turbo V8
  • Horsepower: 612 hp
  • Torque: 561 lb-ft
  • Max Engine Speed: 7,500 rpm
  • Top Speed: 200 mph
  • Acceleration: 0 – 60 mph in 3.45 seconds

Bentley Continental GT Convertible V8

  • Engine: 4.0L V8
  • Horsepower: 542 hp
  • Torque: 568 lb-ft
  • Max Engine Speed: 6,000 rpm
  • Top Speed: 198 mph
  • Acceleration: 0 – 60 mph in 4 seconds

Portofino M vs. Continental GT Convertible: Interior Differences

The differences you’ll find between the Ferrari Portofino M and Bentley GTC V8 extend beyond what’s under the hood: if you peek inside of each vehicle, you’ll find that the M continues to outshine the GT convertible V8. Consider the following advantages of the Portofino M:

  • 18-Way Electronically Adjustable Seats: While both vehicles offer heated and ventilated front seats, the Portofino M offers 18-way electronically adjustable seats, granting the driver fine-grained control over their seating position.
  • Tilt-and-Telescoping Steering Wheel: The Continental offers a tilt-only steering wheel — once again, Ferrari believes in giving drivers as much control as possible, and as such the Portofino M features a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel.
  • More Storage: While the Portofino M is comfortable tearing up the track, it’s also a capable daily driver, and its 10.3 cubic feet of storage space speaks to that. The Continental GT Convertible V8 offers a relatively sparse 8.3 cubic feet of cargo space.   
Ferrari Portofino M front seats

Experience the Portofino M With Continental AutoSports Ferrari

When comparing the Portofino M and Continental GTC V8, the choice is obvious. And if you want to inquire about buying your own Ferrari, we can help, even if you’re based in Indianapolis or Milwaukee! At Continental AutoSports Ferrari, we’ve helped facilitate the purchase of new and pre-driven Ferraris with buyers across the United States, and we’d love to help you. Contact us online to get started.


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