2014 Ferrari California Mule Caught in Italy

Here we have the first pictures of the next-generation Ferrari California caught testing in Italy. This early stage prototype has some changes in the front bumper, also new headlights similar to the 458 Italia and long temporary exhaust pipes.

Ferrari launched the California in 2008 and earlier this year announced an upgrade, which included weight loss and engine tuning.

The current model is powered by a 483bhp 4.3.litre V8, enabling it to hit 62mph in 3.8 seconds, while the top speed is 193mph. It is the first front engined Ferrari with a V8.

Fully disguised prototypes with final bodywork are expected to start testing in early 2013. Stay tuned for more pictures and details!


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