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The Ferrari Portofino is an impressive evolution of the Prancing Horse’s performance credentials and design sensibility, and any sports car with such an impressive heritage will draw big competitors. It’s natural, then, to make a comparison of the Ferrari Portofino vs. Aston Martin Vantage. The Vantage is a genuine supercar, to be sure, but, like the Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS it’s outclassed by the Portofino in every respect.
While the Aston Martin Vantage offers an impressive powertrain, it’s put to shame by that of the Ferrari Portofino:
As anyone who’s driven a supercar can tell you, raw power isn’t everything: the fusion of performance and design is key, and again the Portofino comes out ahead in this Aston Martin vs. Ferrari comparison.
Both vehicles offer enticing, sculpted exteriors, but where the Prancing Horse shines is its combination of form and function, with design elements throughout the vehicle also contributing to its aerodynamic efficiency. Here are a few examples:
You might think that, because it falls short in terms of performance, the Aston Martin Vantage might be more comfortable than the Ferrari Portofino — but that’s not the case. Just take a look:
When your hands are on the steering wheel of a supercar, you want to know that you’re controlling a thoroughbred performer — and that’s exactly what you’ll get with the Ferrari Portofino. Whether you’re based in St. Louis, Indianapolis, or elsewhere in the United States, we can help you find the supercar of your dreams from our Chicago-area dealership. Contact Continental AutoSports to inquire about buying your own Ferrari today.
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