FERRARI PORTOFINO CARBON BODY KIT. A dream in white in Monte Carlo.

Ferrari Portofino Carbon Body Kit by LOMA is born with the TrackSpec® Technology. This means that all parts are made to fit the Ferrari DNA, and so your Ferrari Portofino Carbon Body Kit is also ready for track-days. Besides the Portofino body kit, your LOMA custom wheels are also equipped with the track-day warranty that lasts for 24-months. So no restriction, just a pure fun day in and day out. The Ferrari Portofino is already a supercar in its own category with its 3.8L V8 engine, which generates 600 horsepower and can accelerate from 0-60 in 3.3 seconds. By putting even more power under the bonnet and reworking the exterior, which is precisely what LOMA Group set out to do with their newest creation, the LOMA LP740 2.0. The 740 horsepower modified Portofino should be below 3 seconds when accelerated but let's take a closer look.

The LOMA Group, based in Monte Carlo, Monaco, is no stranger to luxury cars and the fantastic things that you can do with them. In the past, they've been racing with Ferrari, Porsche, and Lamborghini in the 24h Series and the Nurburgring Nordschleife in the VLN Endurance Series. The data they needed to create some fantastic products that we see in wealthy areas like Monaco, Cannes, or London on most Supercars. Launched in 2008 by Mario Radosavljevic, this company has focused almost exclusively on sports- and luxury cars but decided to branch out with their new Ferrari transformation.

Ferrari Portofino Carbon Body Kit for a far more aggressive front.

A Ferrari Portofino is an everyday supercar for the wealthy. Other than some widebody creations on the market, LOMA was focused on keeping the body regular and merely changing the Portofino character without destroying the design lines of this beauty. The brand is known to go unusual ways and so also this time. They kept the big Ferrari grill and integrated it into the new front bumper. This new front looks so much more sportive and aggressive and makes the Ferrari Portofino masculine. Also unusual is that the front bumper is mounted with the stock screws and stock hardware, which means that you can bring it back to the original at any given time if you want to sell the Portofino one day. Thinking out of the box is achieved and not creating an aero-package that must stay forever on the car as most parts were cut out, and it would cost a fortune to bring it back to normal. No, not with LOMA.

Ferrari Portofino Carbon Body Kit looks simply stunning.

Let's check out the side. Wonderful intakes create a feeling of masculine power, while the side sills create a more extensive look for the Portofino. The rear bumper part of the car was untouched except the Diffuser. This one looks like it was made for the race track, and it fits the Ferrari perfectly. While many clients ask for a bigger and more aggressive diffuser at the Ferrari dealerships, they just shake head. You get what you see. Therefore, LOMA is your one and only choice, and God, what job they have done.

More decent is the fine trunk lid that sits filigree on the top. Creating the optical feeling of classiness and taste. The Portofino is and stays a Supercar for daily use if wished and is not transformed into a track monster. According to the CEO of LOMA, this would be more than wrong. More aggressive, Yes but tasteful is what you hear from the design studio at LOMA, and we think they achieved this goal to 100%.

Last but not least is the gorgeous set of forged wheels made for the Portofino LP740. Called SP1 Superlight and are available in 20- or 21-Inches. LOMA is the only aftermarket company in the world that uses European aluminum to forge these beauties. While the Americans are using T6061, the European market creates T6065 aluminum which is 30% stiffer and therefore lighter. No wonder LOMA is known to make the most lightweight forged rims in the wheels industry, which are track-ready and do not lose the warranty if raced. Unheard in the industry.

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