Anderson Germany Ferrari California

Anderson Germany have unveiled a recent project based on the Ferrari California. We first saw Anderson when they announced the completion of a Lamborghini LP550-2 Balboni project less than a month ago. Their latest project continues the theme of offering a small power upgrade and a fresh exterior look.

The California now puts out 515bhp, a 55bhp gain over the standard car. The gains can be put down to an ECU-reprogram and a valve conrolled stainless steel exhaust system offering a much improved sound, adjustable by remote control.

Wheel sizes are 9×21 inch and 11.5×22 inch. They are light-weight metal rims equipped with high-performance tyres of size 255/30-21 and 315/25-22. Adjustable dampers mean that the car can be lowered by 35mm or raised by 40mm.

The body kit is made up of a carbon-finished front spoiler lip, side skirt wings, rear diffusor, rear mud guard, side ventilation and a rear spoiler lip. The rear lights have also been blacked-out.

Inside, the carbon interior package adds air vents, radio facias, centre consoles, door handles, rocker panels and a steering wheel all covered in carbon fiber. Anderson claim that the possibilities for the interior are almost endless!

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  1. exhaust system with remote control. That is a Ferrari not a fast and the furious NOS, flipflop-coloured japanese wok (even if it’s a california).

  2. If I would be Novitec Rosso’s owner, I would sue them immediately. They are simple copying works from other tuning companies…


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