Ferrari California T using Turbocharged revealed

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Ferrari California T using Turbocharged - The latest model of the Italian sports car manufacturer issued a variant of the "T" on the Ferrari California. The latest model of Ferrari will be launched at the automotive event “Geneva Auto Show 2014”. Ferrari California T using the "T" for Turbo engine, does the Ferrari California T will be the most powerful vehicle from Ferrari.

Ferrari California T

Ferrari California T using the new V8 engine with 3.9-liter turbocharged fuel direct-injection. Ferrari California T capable of producing maximum power 552 HP at 7500 rpm, with Maximum torque reaching 755 Nm at 4750 rpm. The maximum speed of the Ferrari California T is 316 km / h, and is able to run from 0-100 km / h in just 3.6 seconds.

Ferrari California T

When compared with the Ferrari California, Ferrari California T clearly more powerful, despite using a smaller cylinder capacity. At Ferrari California uses 4.3-liter V8 engine that produces 483 HP and maximum torque of 505 Nm. But the Ferrari California T no longer use the turbo lag on the machine, that makes the machine more responsive, but by eliminating turbo lag, fuel consumption will be greater.

Ferrari California T using V8 Engine Turbocharged

But the Ferrari promises, that the V8 engine in the "Ferrari California T" will be 15% more efficient than the model Ferrari California V8 engine. Ferrari California T acknowledged having fuel efficiency of 9.52 km / liter with CO2 emissions of 250 g / km. Although using Turbo device, but still economical fuel consumption.
Changes in the design of the Ferrari California T compared with Ferrari California: Changes in the bumper, the use of vents on the front hood, grille and larger, making the Ferrari California T more aggressive.
Posted by: wahyu nor rozi Automotive Updated at : 12:50 AM Google+
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