The first turbocharged Ferrari sports car of the modern era, the California T, has hit the road, and Sean Li takes it for a spin to see how it stacks up against its normally aspirated predecessor
hile many of us are armchair racing enthusiasts, few are genuinely capable of handling today’s highperformance vehicles at their limits. The bar has been set very high by advances in technology and materials, and unless you have access to your own racetrack or private highway, you’re unlikely to have experienced the true capability of today’s performance cars. And yet we still want more.
When I had the opportunity to drive the Ferrari California shortly after its introduction in 2009, I was impressed with its balance. Stepping into any Ferrari is an event, even if it’s your daily transport. And here