2021 Ferrari Portofino Upgraded To Make 612 HP, EPA Filing Indicates

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There’s also an eight-speed gearbox that improves fuel economy.

The 2021 Ferrari Portofino will get a power upgrade to 612 horsepower (456 kilowatts), versus the current output of 591 hp (441 kW). It will also gain an eight-speed gearbox to replace the existing seven-speed unit. Motor Trend was first to uncover this info by digging through EPA filings.

There’s already a listing on the EPA’s fuel economy website a model with the designation 2021 Ferrari F164 BCB. To clarify this, F164 is the Prancing Horse’s internal code for the Portofino. The meaning of the BCB portion is a mystery to us.

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If a Ferrari making 612 hp and using an eight-speed gearbox sounds familiar it’s because the same powertrain is in the Roma coupe. The Prancing Horse’s more detailed EPA emissions filing even certifies the two vehicles in the same document.

The EPA also has a listing

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1995 Ferrari F50 Poised To Become Highest-Priced Car Ever Sold Online

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It’s one of only 55 U.S.-spec F50s ever made.

In August, Gooding & Co. will kick off its new platform of online auctions, and it will be swinging for the fences as one of the cars included in this auction is a 1995 Ferrari F50. No estimates have been given as to how much Gooding & Co. is expecting the F50 to sell for, but these Ferraris have been consistently selling for upwards of $2.5 million in recent years including one that sold for $3.2 million range earlier this year. All it would take is a price higher than $2.6 million to break the record set by a 2003 Ferrari Enzo back in June for the most expensive car ever sold online.

Image Credit: Gooding & Co.

From 1995 through 1997, Ferrari built just 349 examples (total) of its F50 supercar, and

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A 2003 Ferrari sold for $2.6 million at auction, setting a record for the most expensive car ever sold online

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2003 Ferrari Enzo.
2003 Ferrari Enzo.

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  • A Ferrari Enzo was part of RM Sotheby’s Driving into Summer online-only auction.

  • It sold for $2.6 million.

  • RM Sotheby’s says it is the “most valuable car sold in a dedicated online-only collector car auction to date.”

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A 2003 Ferrari Enzo was up for auction as part of RM Sotheby’s Online Only: Driving into Summer collection. The company estimated the Enzo will go for between $2.6 to $2.9 million. It sold for $2.6 million.

That’s a hefty amount for a car no matter which way you look at it. But the Enzo isn’t just any car. It’s not even just any Ferrari, either. You needn’t look further than the fact that the company named it after its founder, Enzo Ferrari, to know that it’s something to behold. 

Ferrari produced the Enzo from 2002 to 2004.

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Ferrari Enzo Sets Online Car Auction Record

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Never before has a car auctioned on the internet sold for this much.

Update: The 2003 Ferrari Enzo sold for $2,640,000 to set a new record for the most expensive car to ever be sold in an online auction. Also impressive, the 1985 Ferrari 288 GTO sold for $2,310,000. However, the 1995 Ferrari F50 failed to sell, but is still available with an asking price of $2,500,000.

Thanks to the COVID-19 shutdowns which have swept across the globe, car auctions have been forced to move to the internet. This has created both opportunities and challenges, especially for auction houses caught flat-footed. Now, it will also most likely lead to a new record for the most expensive car auctioned online, thanks to three highly-desirable Ferraris.

Three Ferraris Poised To Set Online Auction Record

The first of these three cars is a 1985 Ferrari

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