Wow, so the first attempt at a hard top convertible from Ferrari is an absolute belter. They kept may features from the classic 250 GT California like the air intake on the bonnet as well as the gills on the side of the car but why not stay with the soft top option. I feel that Ferrari should simply carry on making super cars they always have. The I-Ty way. Make them red, stunning, blisteringly fast, unreliable but never, never copy zee Germanz. Granted, the original had a hard top that you could clip on but leave the space hogging folding roofs for the others.
OK the specs:
Engine: 4297cc V8, 460bhp @ 7750rpm, 357lb ft @ 5000rpm
Transmission: Seven-speed twin-clutch gearbox, rear-wheel drive
Performance: It has a top speed of 309Km/h and a 4.0sec 0-60mph rating. Bet you it could have been faster with a soft top.
Size: Big...so big the lucky dude who got to test drive the beast scratched it while doing a three point turn. Oops. It's 4.5m long and almost 2m wide. Who cares how high it is, probably comes up to your pinus, which is the reason you bought it in the first place.
Anyway here is the 250 GT California Spyder.