The ‘softest’ Ferrari has more grunt, yet it’s also kinder to the ozone layer
redline is rebuked by makers of environmental legislation and custodians of the law.
Rather than admit all is lost and start making diesels – a la Porsche – Ferrari has neatly addressed eco necessities not by reducing performance, but slightly enhancing it.
The means of achieving is known by the acronym HELE (High Excitement Low Emissions, I’mafraid) and it has no little fury. which more below) adds a negligible $2750 to the California’s $460,000 sticker, including Wayne Swan’s luxury tax and various charges.
The folding hardtop convertible is the most affordable in Ferrari’s line-up and this nice price (it’s all relative at this level) plus its boulevard-rather than B-roadbashing nature make it the choice of 70 per cent of Ferrari newcomers. In essence, HELE uses less fuel (1.6L/100km less on the
Green is good: Ferrari has increased the performance of its greenest car