FERRARI CALIFORNIA T
The Ferrari California T is the latest release from a distinguished line of California models. Since the introduction of the 1957 California 250 GT, this line has been renowned for elegance, sportiness, versatility and performance.
The re-innovated California T is a car worthy of any automobile aficionado or a discerning client seeking a majestically comfortable daily drive. The “T” in its name, of course, stands for “turbocharged,” which the new California is. In fact, the convertible is twin-turbocharged. The new twin-turbo V-8 features a tight 3.9 liters of displacement—Ferrari actually calls it a 3.8, but the mill displaces 3855 cc—a pair of twin-scroll turbochargers, and direct fuel injection, helping it to produce 553 horsepower at 7500 rpm and 557 lb-ft of torque at 4750.
- Daily: $2,100
- Weekly: $13,965
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