2015 FERRARI CALIFORNIA – The entry level Ferrari is all but disappointing in many ways. Some will say it’s not a real Ferrari, but it’s a good guess to say they’ve never driven one. The front-engine, 500 horsepower Ferrari can make 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds and will take you to close to 200 mph with the top down. Who would complain about that. Now, Ferrari is coming with the replacement for the California in 2015 and we have a few more details.
The next generation 2015 Ferrari California to be lighter and faster
On a track, it’s normal to see the California trying to keep up with cars like the 458 Italia or the new F12 Berlinetta. It’s heavier, smoother and more of a daily driver. But it’s far from being a bad car. In fact, it just got some updates for 2013 such as 30 additional horsepower 26 lb-ft of torque, weight reduction, a Handling Speciale package as well a wider range of colors.
Ferrari’s currently testing its 2015 California that will be going on sale in 2014 quite possibly powered by a twin-turbo V8. The spy shots show the car using Ferrari‘s new signature headlights found on the 458, F12 Berlinetta and FF. Like it has been the case for the past months, the overall body of the car is covered by clipped plastic panels, making sure we don’t guess what the new 2015 Ferrari California will look like.
What do you think about the next generation 2015 Ferrari California?