Time flies, doesn't it? The Ferrari California was first shown more than five years ago and since then, it's become a staple wherever there's a Saks Fifth Avenue. Ferrari doesn't let any of its cars get old anymore, so it's time for a new California.
Motor Trend's sources confirm that the new Ferrari California will have a twin-turbo V8 and be unveiled sometime next year. The turbo V8 is a big deal for two reasons. Ferrari doesn't do turbocharging very often in road cars – the last time was the F40 – and that means the engine size will shrink significantly from its current 4.3 liters. In fact, it'll be a 3.8-liter V8. That's the same size as the V8 in the new Maserati Quattroporte and Ghibli.