New York, NY
The California T is a stunningly tiny car, which helps it keep its aggressive driving attributes while also providing enough of interior room. Its transaxle construction ensures ideal weight distribution with a small rearward tilt, as is customary for Ferrari (47 percent front, 53 percent rear). Furthermore, because the engine is now situated lower in the chassis (40 mm lower than the previous California), the car’s center of gravity has been reduced, further improving handling. Both the chassis and the body shell are totally composed of aluminum. This is a lightweight solution with great torsional stiffness, which is especially crucial in a drop-top automobile, resulting in improved performance and safety.