The California T swaps normally aspirated V8 with a twin-turbocharged unit releasing a further 70bhp, but perhaps at the cost of the aural delights that the V8 used to bring. However, this is the way that most supercar manufactures are going in an effort to keep pace with regulations and improve efficiency. In the California T it has certainly paid dividends, with a combined 27mpg from a car that reaches 60mph from rest in under 3.5 seconds.
The interior has been modernised and Ferrari state that almost all the body panels are new, despite looking near identical to its predecessor. Handling also benefits from stiffer suspension and a tighter rack. Price remains around the same at £150k, but expensive options can push this up at an alarming rate.