The twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 produces 600 PS (592 hp / 441 kW) and 760 Nm (561 lb-ft) of torque in stock form.
With the tuner’s plug-and-play module, though, the output has risen to 680 PS (670 hp / 500 kW) and 870 Nm (642 lb-ft) of torque. Wheelsandmore didn’t say how quick the Portofino is with the ECU tune, but the cost of this upgrade is €3,360 ($3,807) in Germany.
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Further refining the sound of the V8 is a new exhaust system offered by the aftermarket specialist. Handcrafted from stainless steel, it has 2 valve flaps controllable via their special unit, and together with their remote control, it costs €3,756 ($4,255), or €3,353 ($3,799) without it.
The ‘more’ part has been covered with the extra power and new exhaust system, while the ‘wheels’ one has also been taken care of by the tuner. Available for the Italian GT are four different 21-inch sets. These are called the Fivestar, F.I.W.E., 6Sporz² and Fork, and come in a variety of finishes. Wheelsandmore is also offering the latter three with a 22-inch diameter on the rear axle.
The most affordable 21-inch wheel set is the Fivestar, complete with 245/30 front and 345/25 rear Hankook S1 Evo tires, at €7,555 ($8,559). The 6Sporz² comes from €9,235 ($10,463), followed by the F.I.W.E. and Fork, each with a €11,101 ($12,577) price tag.