Ferrari is working hard to revamp the popular California model. The 2015 Ferrari California convertible may roll out just in time for spring–with some fashionable updates to attract hardcore fans. The next version has been spied here and there, and while changes are minimal, it is a touch different from its predecessor.
The 2015 Ferrari California rumors are building up a dream car. Will it look more like the F12 Berlinetta?
Rumors are circulating that the next generation of the Ferrari California could boast the first turbocharged engine since the Ferrari F40. There will also be some styling overhauls for the rather busy body that is the California. While the California is intended as a road cruiser that doubles as a some-time track car, it could get some of the smoothing outside that it needs. While it is certainly a sharp sports car, some find the exterior a bit thrown together and in need of some configuration. The best rumors stab at the idea of the California adopting some styling cues from sibling Berlinetta, a real beauty.
Some assume the new Ferrari California could pack Maserati’s 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine, which pushes out 523 horses over the previous California’s 483. To update the cabin, an all-new infotainment system is expected to replace the current one. Technical updates are just as crucial as increased power and looks when it comes to high-end supercars.
As you can see, the changes are certainly minimal and include the grille.
We look for the new Ferrari California to make its debut at the 2014 Geneva Show in March, with a limited production number to reflect Ferrari’s desire to increase exclusivity. It will be interesting to see the changes for the future of the model.
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