If you own a Ferrari, you’ve probably already found out that all the sporty and technological hype works better in folders than it does in the real world. To be sure: these are phenomenal cars, but are only fit to a narrow scope of applications. The California is different – it is relaxed and allows you to relax. It is focused at its driver rather than on the road. While being a multi-purpose car, it proves just as competent as the rest of its brethren. If you drive one, it only means you’ve already matured and grew out of “this extreme stuff”. And your garage – why not? – houses a couple of truly hardcore cars along, just for the hell of it.
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