Design and styling
When designing the Ferrari California, Pininfarina opted for a classic, sculpted chassis, with a long bonnet and the passenger area slightly weighted towards the rear. The side of the car features a strong, dynamic, raked line. The line lifts at the height of the door handle to trace the outline of the typical Ferrari rear bumper. The air intake in the front bumper is enhanced by a traditional grille. The slender air intake vent on the bonnet and the side air vents both echo distinctive features of the 1957 Ferrari California 250.
Built for all seasons
The architectural layout of the Ferrari California is both innovative and adaptable.
Being able to accommodate passengers and their luggage comfortably was one of the first design requirements of the Ferrari California.