to India a few years ago, and then they went back. Now they are here again and
they brought their baby California with them to New
Delhi. Recently Ferrari decided to move away from their iconic naturally
aspirated V8s and put in a turbo. Hence the new California is called the
California T. The turbo charged 3.9 litre V8 in this produces 552hp and 755Nm
of torque. The turbo charged California charges from 0-100 in 3.6 seconds and
has a top speed of 316kmph. Styled by Pininfarina the California comes to New
Delhi along with the entire Ferrari range from Select Cars group owned by Yadur
Kapoor. The dealership is located in Mathura Road and the entire range will be
available to place orders. The range includes the California T, FF, 488GTB, 488
Spyder, and the F12 Berlinetta.
Coordinator for Ferrari in the Middle East and Africa Region, Aurelien Sauvard
said “India is a very good market for Ferrari. We had allotted 20 Ferrari units
for India in 2015 and we have managed to sell all of them for the year. That is
very good considering we only started taking bookings from the month of March.
We have made a few deliveries of some of the vehicles and some are on their
“I think the
California T and the FF from the GT range of cars from Ferrari seem to be
perfect for India”. Sauvard added.
price list of the entire range has not been disclosed as yet, but the
California T is available for customers from the dealership at a price of Rs.
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