, 2022-12-27 13:00:00,
Ferrari, one of the most lauded manufacturers of all time, has consistently produced very special models that enthusiasts praise endlessly. Their range of production vehicles include Grand Tourers, race cars for the street, and now a hyper-SUV. Of those models, however, the Ferrari California has continuously gotten the short end of the stick.
The Ferrari California held the “cheap” Ferrari label from the late 2000s to the mid 2010s. It was the entry level model in Ferrari’s lineup and served as a Grand Touring car, rivaling models from companies such as Aston Martin, Bentley, and Porsche. Constantly called the fake Ferrari and ridiculed even by Ferrari fans, the Ferrari California had a tough life compared to its siblings who share the prancing horse badge. But at the end of the day it’s still a Ferrari, and Ferrari makes fantastic cars to drive that constantly push the envelope in cutting edge technology and timeless design. Here’s why most gear heads are wrong about the Ferrari California.
The California Faces Tough Competition Right At Home
Ferrari built its reputation by producing the pinnacle of cars in their class. Enthusiasts’ main gripe with the Ferrari California is that it was always the “worst” car in their lineup. The car you would only get because you couldn’t afford any of the other models. Though this might be true for some, that is no means a…
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