Ferrari California T
2015 | 37500KM
The first-gen California(2009–2014) added the package in 2012 to sharpen up both the performance and image of Ferrari’s entry-level roadster. Which, not to put too fine a point on it, suffered from a bit of a teddy-bear reputation. Ferrari says the package eventually found its way onto 20 percent of Californias and was good for luring performance-minded buyers out of less-expensive but harder-core cars such as the Porsche 911 and various Mercedes-AMG Black Series models. The California is a pathway into the Ferrari brand, with half of them sold to customers who are new to the marque.
The Handling Special now returns to the California T, which was restyled for 2015 and re-armed with a new 552-hp 3.9-liter twin-turbo V-8, good for smashing zero to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds.In addition, an altered gearbox map cuts the up shift time by 30 percent and the downshift time by 40 percent, while the F1-Trac traction control’s Sport mode also is massaged for more digging when exiting a corner and better power delivery over rough pavement.
The new California T Handling Special, for instance, is basically a Cal T with a sports suspension. BMW guys may think of it as the equivalent of an M Sport version while those with a bent toward American iron may draw parallels to a Chevy Impala SS.
Ext- Red with Black Roof,
Int- Red and Black Leather with Yellow Stitching,
Ferrari Logo on Headrests,
Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel,
Carbon Ceramic Disc Brakes with Yellow Calipers,
Ferrari Fender Shields,
Electric Adjustable Steering Column,
Full Service History,