Ferrari California Replacement Patent Drawings Leaked


Alleged official patent drawings filed by Ferrari appear to show first images of the California replacement.

Judge for yourself, but these appear to be the patent drawings of the upcoming Ferrari California replacement. Emanating from an Italian blog, which claims these were filed by Ferrari complete with European trademarks, the patent drawings when stacked up against spy shots of the replacement California seem to share similar proportions with a near identical position of the quad-exhaust tips.

Ferrari’s latest cars, including the F12 Berlinetta, LaFerrari and to some extent the FF, all influence the design which is certainly more aggressive than the current California. Under the hood, the twin-turbo V8 Ferrari recently developed for the Maserati Quattroporte could feature along with a KERS system for added boost. The Ferrari California replacement is tipped to debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show next March, so look out for more spy shots and information in the coming months.

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