2015 Ferrari California
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2015 Ferrari California T - High Spec
Bianco Avus with power hood
Carbon fibre driver zone wit LED's
Scuderia Ferrari shields, E/seats
Daytona style front and rear seats
Filo Speciale Grigio stitching
Front and rear parking sensors and cameras
Front grille with chromed edges
Aluminium driver and passenger footrests
Foldable rear seat backrests
Coloured mats with Logo
Tyre pressure monitor
20" Forged diamond-cut alloys
Full Ferrari service history
The first generation California was launched in 2008 at the Paris Motor Show as a new model to fill the Touring Car gap in Ferrari’s lineup and aimed to attract new owners to the brand. The groundbreaking design came out of the Pininfarina studios and marked a number of firsts for Ferrari. It was the first front-engined Ferrari with a V8, the first with a 7 speed dual clutch transmission, the first hardtop convertible with a folding metal roof, the first car with multi-link rear suspension and the first Ferrari with direct fuel injection.
In 2015 the California T hit the market as a drastic facelift of the original model. New sheet metal and revised body features enveloped a new interior, revised chassis and a new turbocharged powertrain that gave it the moniker “T”. Updated features brought the car in line with recent design language changes; the F12’s influence is apparent in the front fascia. As a tourer the California T is designed for comfort and usability, two words more apt on a people carrier’s slogan than a Ferrari, but the main effect on design is a higher ride height which resulted in a wider appeal and greater accessibility. Despite the more user friendly set up, the California T doesn’t skimp on power or aggression. The front-engine V8 set up remained unchanged but featured a new engine and transmission: a 3.9L twin-turbocharged V8 producing 553 hp and a top speed of 196mph with a 7 speed dual-clutch (different gear ratios), putting the California T’s 0-62 at a blistering 3.6 seconds but most notably reducing it’s emission figures by 15%. In the 1960s Ferrari were the experts in grand tourers that hit the sweet spot between track and road, and the California T does an excellent job carrying on from that storied lineage. Our 2015 California T is a low-miles, highly specced model that is presented in the classic and beautiful combination of white over Bordeaux. It presents an opportunity for stress-free, fun motoring that’ll still outpace most when the light turns green.