The Ferrari California is a modern grand touring sports car named after the popular late-1950s Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder and the 1960s 365 California
. Launched at the 2008 Paris Motor Show, the Ferrari California represented a new fourth model range (front-engine eight-cylinder grand touring sports car), giving drivers another option. Followed by the California T
and then the Portofino
, the California kicked off a bold new direction for the automaker.
The original California spent over 1,000 hours in a wind tunnel for optimal aerodynamics and featured a top speed of 193 mph (with a 0-60 mph time under four seconds). See our current selection of Ferrari California models below.