Ferrari California by CDC Performance

11 Dec 2012 12:56 am | Cars, Ferrari

The gorgeous Ferrari California has recently been gifted with a brand new upgrade kit from CDC Performance. Let’s give it a look! The folks at CDC have reportedly installed a supercharger with intercooling system on the 4.3-liter V8 engine of the Ferrari, increasing its output to a massive 600 HP (447 kW) and 600 Nm (442 lb-ft) of torque.

They have also mounted a custom exhaust system with new muffler tips and integrated valve system that can be operated from the button which says RACE. CDC Performance have also installed a suspension lift system which is able to raise the front of the convertible by up to 40 mm at the touch of a single button.

What’s even more interesting is the set of brand new VSU forged alloy wheels measuring 9 x 21 inches at the front and respectively 12 x 22 inches at the rear. They are shod in 225/30 R21 tires and respectively 315/25 R22 ones.

The package also embodies some aerodynamic components like a new grille, rear diffuser and front splitter. They are entirely crafted from carbon fiber. The trunk on the other hand has been garnished with Alcantara and fitted with Rosso stitching. Unfortunately, we still need to wait a bit more for details on the costs.

[CDC Performance]