2010 Ferrari California
The 2010 Ferrari California is an extremely innovative car. This convertible has a top speed of 310 km/h, 0 to 100 km/h is under 4 seconds. Although 285 kilograms heavier and 30 PS less powerful than the mid-engined F430, the California reaches 96.56 km/h in the same time as the F430 thanks to the dual-clutch transmission. The exteriors feature the aluminum retractable hard top, bi-xenon headlights, LED rear lights and mirrors.
|4.3 L V8 |
|4300 CC |
|DOHC 4 valves/cyl |
|357 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm |
454 hp @ 7750 rpm
- 2,900 Km's
- Fender badges
- I pod connection
- Black leather with white stitching
|R 2,650,000 || |
|This sports car will satisfy even the most demanding of owners in term of its superb vehicle dynamics and driving pleasure. This model is available exclusively as a convertible with a folding hard top. Both chassis and bodywork are aluminium, in line with the rest of the current range. This auto is powered by a new V8 engine mounted for the first time in the marque's history in the mid-front position. |
|As technology and styling continues to advance, pre-owned Italian sports cars can remain on the road for decades, holding up their quality form, structure and performance over the long-run. |
|The Manettino switch on the steering wheel offers a choice of Comfort, Sport or CST-off mode. Comfort is the default choice with relatively low intervention thresholds; the Sport setting raises the bar and allows for a good degree of tail swapping and tire mashing. |
|Whether you’re nailing your favourite back road or performing a brief overtaking manoeuvre whilst kicking back on the boulevard, the V8 delivers the same sorts of aural delights enjoyed by F430 drivers. |
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