Understated exterior upgrades are complemented by a significant boost in power courtesy of a supercharger.
As Ferrari's new flagship continues to be coveted, with the F12 Berlinetta named Top Gear's supercar of the year, tuning houses aren't particularly picky when it comes to creating aftermarket packages for the Prancing Horse, as CDC Performance aptly demonstrates with its latest project based on the Ferrari California. Exterior upgrades are limited to blacked-out A pillars, a new front spoiler and grille and rear diffuser - all made of carbon fiber - while the California's trunk has been lined with Alacantara with Rosso stitching.
The main focus of the tuning package is performance modifications, with the 4.3-liter V8 getting a supercharger system with intercooling that boosts output to 600 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque, up from 453 hp and 357 lb-ft. Channeling all that extra grunt into a more sophisticated symphony of sound is a new standalone exhaust system. A suspension lift system has also been fitted, enabling the driver to raise the California by 40mm. Completing the package is a set of black VSU forged alloys, measuring in at 21 inches up front and 22 inches at the back.