Ferrari's newest entry in the sports car field is also its first open front-engine car in several years. The 2010 California is a convertible that looks as good with its retractable hardtop up as it does down. The California is loaded with technology that has trickled down from Ferrari's ultra-successful Formula One racing program, and it influences many aspects of the car's performance. The direct-injection 4.3-liter V8 puts 460 hp to the rear wheels through a dual-clutch 7-speed transmission, and according to Ferrari, the car is capable of running 0 to 62 mph in less than 4.0 seconds on its way to a 193-mph top speed.
Sexy styling with slick retractable hardtop; potent 4.3-liter V8; dual-clutch paddle-shift transmission; world-class performance and handling
Ferrari's 2010 California fills dual roles as a both a grand tourer and an open 2-seater. It also serves as a showcase not only for Ferrari racing technology but for the elegance of design and luxury drivers have come to expect from the Maranello marquee. Staggering performance combined with an exclusive price tag, the California has very little in the way of competition on the street.
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