WeDRIVE: The highest spec'd Ferrari California Ever?!

TrackandTuner.com loves Ferrari, we have had many great memories due to Ferrari Events.


Thinking back at the great rides we had during the Ferrari Events, Corsi Clienti at Mugello and Spa, show the real emotion and passion behind Ferrari.


When we think about Ferrari, we think about race cars, the V12 or the V8 engine sounds of the Ferrari 599, F12, Ferrari 458 and the Speciale. Not directly at a grand tourer like the Ferrari California. 


The Ferrari California is a GT a two-door 2+2 hard top convertible. When originally unveiled in 2008, the California was powered by a front-mid mounted, rear wheel drive, naturally aspirated 4.3-litre V8.


The original California had a top speed of 310 km/h (193 mph) and it could accelerate from 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in four seconds.  Although that model was 180 kilograms (397 lb) heavier and 22 kW (30 PS; 30 hp) less powerful than the mid-engined F430, the California reached 97 km/h (60 mph) in the same time as the F430 due to the dual-clutch transmission.


So don't underestimate this "GT" 

However, this one is a very special Ferrari California. 


It is fully personalised at the Ferrari Atelier at the Home of Ferrari Enzo. 


There are so many options, that I don't know even where to begin. OK, lets start with the paint. This is a custom red paint, as produced by the customer and Ferrari. It is a slightly darker more Wine red than Scuderia rosso. It looks stunning with the custom white roof and white lines along the sides. 


The famous Tricolore was added over the roof and bonnet. It also has the painted Ferrari shields, all dry / matte carbon all around and the optional spec'd Wheel package. 

Even the exhausts are matte black to fit in with the all matte carbon rear diffuser. 


In the interior everything is matte carbon, with custom red leather inserts even the start buttons are individualised. 


I think this car looks absolutely stunning.


What do you think, is this the highest spec'd Ferrari California in the World? 

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