According to new reports, the next-generation Ferrari California will debut a more much aggressive and extraverted design language for the Italian firm.
Automobile Magazine claims that alongside its overhauled design, the new California will be more track-focused than the current model which is targeted towards the GT market with its long-distance cruising capabilities. With this in mind, the new California will ride lower and feature a more ‘hunkered-down’ look than the outgoing model.
As part of Ferrari’s attempt to improve the California’s driving dynamics, it will also go on a substantial diet but is tipped to maintain a similar folding hardtop to the current model. Crucially, the next-gen California will launch a new modular vehicle architecture from the firm which will underpin all future Ferrari models excluding one-off cars. It will be based from aluminium and support both front and mid-engined vehicles.
Power wise, the next-gen Ferrari California is expected to retain the twin-turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 of the current car. With that being said, it will inevitably be modified to produce even more power while also being more fuel efficient.
[Via Automobile Magazine]