Here’s some eye candy for you to begin the morning with! It’s a pearl while 2012 Ferrari California rocking a set of Rennen Forged Concave wheels with brushed face and color matched white windows, and Ferrari center caps. The wheels measure at 22-inch rear, 21-inch front, and yes, they look a bit oversized at the back, but the overall image is pretty cool. We also dig the design of the wheels.
The California is the first Ferrari in history to have a mid-front mounted V8 engine. The engine has a total displacement of 4,300 cc and a maximum power output of 460 hp/338 kW at 7,750 rpm. With a specific power of 107 hp/litre, its maximum torque is 485 Nm (49 kgm) at 5,000 rpm, 75% of which is available at just 2,250 rpm. The Ferrari California takes less than 4 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h and delivers a blistering 310 km/h top speed.
Not sure how this big wheels will affect the performance, but who cares when they look so cool.