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Ferrari California ANDERSON GERMANY

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German tuner ANDERSON has come up with a tuning package for Ferrari California, which looks quite like the one from Novitec only with some new black parts. That might be just a coincident! It’s a fine package anyway both visually and technically. The interior also looks fabulous thanks to its new features and carbon fiber trims.

Anderson’s Ferrari California sports a nice body kit consisting of a carbon-finished front spoiler lip, side skirt wings, rear diffusor, rear mud guard, motor, side ventilation and and rear spoiler lip. The visual effect of this kit is completed  by those black painted parts including bonnet, mirrors, vents and smoked rear lights.

The new sport wheels are also painted in black. They come in size 9×21 inch (front) and 11.5×22 inch (rear) light-weight metal rims equipped with high-performance tyres of size 255/30-21 and 315/25-22.

For the interior Anderson provides a carbon package including air vents, radio facing, centre consoles, door handles, rocker switches and steering wheel facing.

The car’s magnificent V8 engine is also tuned thanks to some software optimisation and a valve conrolled stainless steel exhaust system, which can be set to three different sound modes with a remote control, and delivers 55 more hp up to 515 hp. It also has Anderson’s adjustable suspension system which can lower the car by 35mm or raise it by 40mm, improving both the looks and handling.

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