Ferrari Portofino review

Category: Convertible

Section: Passenger & boot space

Ferrari Portofino 2019 RHD front seats
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 front left cornering shot
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 rear tracking shot
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 RHD instruments
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 RHD front seats
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 infotainment
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 side tracking shot
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 left front detail shot
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 rear, boot open
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 front left cornering shot
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 rear tracking shot
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 RHD instruments
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 RHD front seats
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 infotainment
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 side tracking shot
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 left front detail shot
  • Ferrari Portofino 2019 rear, boot open

Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Portofino might be rather practical as Ferraris go, but it’s still a car better suited to a couple than a foursome. Small windows and low roof might make it feel rather cosy for those in the front, but the seats slide back a long way to accommodate long legs, and there’s a reasonable amount of roof-up head room too. Oddment storage isn’t lacking, either, with a cubby under the central armrest (complete with a pair of USB sockets), a tray under the gear selector buttons and a couple of slender door pockets.

Those in the back will either have to be children or exceedingly short; there’s precious little head or leg room, even with the front seats a little way forwards on their runners. Indeed, these “+2” seats are really better treated as a secondary luggage area.