[VIDEO] 2015 Ferrari California T officially unveiled
Ferrari has officially pulled the wraps off its newest model, the so-called 2015 California T, ahead of the model’s public debut, scheduled for the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, next month.
The 2015 Ferrari California T is finally being placed into the spotlights, in an official way, after it has been teased and it has even leaked, this time with the Italian based automaker officially releasing the first images and details with the vehicle. This is basically the second generation of the Ferrari California and, as you can see for yourselves, is does resemble some other front-engined supercars developed in Maranello, like the FF or the F12 Berlinetta.
The Ferrari California T weighs 1,625 kg and it has a 47/53 percent weight distribution, back/front, standing at 4,570 mm in length, 1,910 mm in width and 1,322 mm in height. New on the second generation of the California is the dual-clutch F1 transmission, and this is coming amongst the new carbon ceramic braking system signed by Brembo or by the Bridgestone tires, which are offered as standard.
Power to the brand new Ferrari California T is being provided by a 3.8 liter V8 twin turbocharged engine, which is close related to the unit found on the new Maserati Quattroporte. The total output produced stands at 552 HP, at 7,500 rpm, and 755 Nm of torque, available at 4,750 rpm. The 0 to 100 km/h sprint takes just 3.6 seconds in the new California and top speed stands at 316 km/h. More details on it will be announced during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, in March.
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