Ferrari California T Debuts in Geneva

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The first turbocharged Ferrari in over 25 years has broken cover in Geneva.

Live from the Palexpo convention center, we bring you these images of the all-new California T. Penned by Pininfarina, Maranello’s latest creation is a comprehensive overhaul of the outgoing California, sharpened up with a more aggressive grille and sexed up with styling elements borrowed from the F12 Berlinetta and FF with inspiration also coming from the 1950’s Testa Rossa. The 3.8-liter direct-injection V8-powered California T is the first turbocharged Ferrari since the 1987 F40.

The hardtop convertible makes 552hp and 557 lb-ft, sprints from 0-62 mph in 3.6 seconds, and hits a top-speed of 196 mph without a hint of turbo lag throughout the run. 15 percent better fuel consumption is paired with exceptional performance, while the semi-aniline leather-trimmed cabin looks a nice place to spend some time in.

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