Whatever you say, don't call this the entry-level Ferrari. Just because it has the lowest base price in the company's lineup, the California is everything a Ferrari should be: fast, sexy, and expensive. It comes with a 460 horsepower 4.3 liter V8 and a six-speed manual with an optional seven-speed dual clutch automated manual transmission. With a base price of $192,000, the California is anything but cheap, but this is no basic economy car.
What truly sets the California apart from other models is its folding hard top, which is supposedly the lightest one built by any automaker. That means little performance is sacrificed in terms of weight. Does the California fit your budget? If so, get on the waiting list now as there is an almost two year waiting period. Absolutely perfecto.