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2015 Ferrari California

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2015 Ferrari California: Ferrari engineers are using the current California to hide the new car’s mechanicals, but several key features give away its identity. Most notably, the test mule is wearing the tapered headlights that we’ve seen all other Ferrari models adopt. These are designed in such a way that they aid airflow to other parts of the car, so their application even at this early stage of development is crucial. The intakes and exhaust tips are also different, suggesting the car’s new powertrain has been fitted. Interestingly, it appears the stacked exhaust tip design of the current California will be scratched in favor of a more conventional horizontal arrangement.
The replacement for the Enzo supercar, the rumored F70, also looks to have this design. The big news is that the new car will feature a twin-turbocharged V-8, possibly displacing less than 4.0 liters. This new engine, which is being developed by Ferrari for use in the California replacement as well as several other Fiat Group models, should develop more than 500 horsepower, surpassing the California's current 490-horsepower rating. It is expected to be a thoroughly modern unit, complete with an F1-inspired KERS that's tipped to deliver an additional 100 horsepower when needed. Source

 2015 Ferrari California - Photo Credit
 2015 Ferrari California - Photo Credit
2015 Ferrari California - Photo Credit