CDC Performance has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, an upgrade package for the Ferrari California.
While everyone is busy these days with the tuning packages aimed towards the most powerful production Ferrari ever, the F12 Berlinetta, and with the supercar being already named the Top Gera Supercar of the Year, the guys at CDC Performance have decided to upgrade one of the most underrated vehicles with the Ferrari logos on its body, the California. According to the guys at CDC Performance, the Ferrari California is now getting blacked out A pillars, a new front grille, a new front spoiler and a rear diffuser, all of them made out of carbon fiber.
The interior design of the Ferrari California hasn’t been left aside either by CDC Performance and the tuning company has fitted the model with Alcantara and Rosso stitching. The most significant upgrades can be found under the hood, where the 4.3 liter V8 engine has received a supercharger system and an intercooler which boosts the power to 600 HP and 442 lb-ft of torque from the standard 453 HP and 357 lb-ft of torque. The California has also received a new suspension system and 21-inch (front) 22-inch (rear) VSU forged alloy wheels. No pricing details have been announced yet.