2022 Ferrari Portofino Fully Wrapped in XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS Self-Healing PPF
2022 Ferrari Portofino
Our friends at Towbin Motorcars brought over this stunning 2022 Ferrari Portofino to be wrapped in XPEL PPF. We wrapped the Ferrari’s exterior in ULTIMATE PLUS paint protection film. As a result, our self-healing PPF will help protect the Ferrari’s paintwork against potential damage. Moreover, ULTIMATE PLUS PPF delivers a rich deep gloss shine on surfaces.
For 2022, Ferrari did not make any major changes to the Portofino. Nevertheless; it is still an impressive supercar. It features a front-mounted 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 producing 612-hp and 561 lb.-ft of torque. Eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission feeds the power to the car’s rear wheels. Ferrari claims the Portofino can reach a top speed over 199 mph and hit 60 mph in under three seconds.
ULTIMATE PLUS ™ Ferrari Portofino PPF
ULTIMATE PLUS ™ paint protection wrap is a transparent, durable film developed to protect surfaces against scratch marks, paint chips, and corrosion brought on by environmental contaminants. Pollutants like bird droppings and acids from bugs. ULTIMATE PLUS ppf is virtually unnoticeable and leaves a high-gloss shine on wrapped surfaces. The paint protection film ‘self-healing’ properties work with direct sunlight to vanish away light paint damage like swirl marks and faint scratches.
We offer protection wraps in a partial-front which covers the front bumper and partially covers the hood and side fenders. Our most well-known ppf service is the full-front known as a ‘clear bra,’ which covers the entire hood, fenders, front bumper, side mirrors, and headlamps. However, one can always request to wrap the whole vehicle in XPEL ULTIMATE PLUS ™ paint protection film. Our ppf can also be applied to interiors and trim pieces like carbon fiber wings and rear diffusers.
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