Ferrari California Convertible
Thanks to the first use of a retracting hardtop by Ferrari, the California can transform from pavement pounder to coastline cruiser.
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You'll Like This Car If...
If you desire the badge envy and performance capabilities that come with a Ferrari yet also want an exotic sports car that’s suitable for mundane tasks like getting groceries, the California could be the Italian stallion for you. All this and it's a shape-shifting hardtop convertible, too.
You May Not Like This Car If...
Hardcore Ferrari enthusiasts will likely desire four more cylinders and even less weight for maximum performance. For them, the 12-cylinder F12berlineta or FF may be more suitable. If a manual transmission is a must, an Aston Martin Vantage S, Audi R8 and Porsche 911 offer that and a far lower starting price.
What's New for 2013
Those who fear that this combination convertible/coupe is too soft should take comfort in knowing that the California has gained 30 horsepower and lost 30 kilograms (roughly 66 pounds) of weight for 2013, thus ushering in its new moniker of California 30. For those craving more cornering prowess, there is the Handling Speciale package.
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