The German aftermarket specialists at CDC Performance have recently pulled the wraps off their latest creation, an upgraded Ferrari California.
The hardtop roadster with the Ferrari badges on its body is probably one of the few models designed in Maranello which can be used easily every day. But that doesn’t mean that the supercar in question is “calm and honest” because it was “touched” by CDC Performance and we already know what the tuner can do, especially after proving itself earlier this year. Let’s start with the aerodynamic components, made out of carbon fiber, which include the front grille, rear diffuser, front spoiler and license plate holder, along with the new turning signals and the 21 / 22-inch alloys wrapped in 255/30 / 315/25 tires front to rear.
The most significant changes can be found under the hood of the Ferrari California where the Italian vehicle has received a supercharger system complete with intercooling and a custom made exhaust system with valve control, allowing the engine to produce a total output of 594 HP (602 PS) from the standard 483 HP (490 PS) and 600 Nm of torque (442 lb-ft) from the previous 505 Nm (372 lb-ft). No pricing details for these upgrades have been announced yet.