Ferrari is currently working on the successor of the popular California model and the supercar should finally hit the market sometimes next summer.
There is no official word on a replacement for the Ferrari California just yet from the Italian based automaker but the guys at the next generation of the Ferrari California will get a retro inspired design and the supercar will get some of the lines from the classic 250 GTO, along with a folding hardtop which will raise and lower quicker than the current one.
The successor of the Ferrari California is also expected to be powered by a new turbocharged V8 engine, fitted with the kinetic energy recovery system, or simply KERS, which will develop a total output of approximately 600 horsepower. With the impressive output sent to its wheels, the replacement of the Ferrari California is expected to do the 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) sprint in just 3.5 seconds, before reaching a top speed of 200 mph (322 km/h). More details on the future Ferrari California will be announced next year.