German tuner shows off its special edition version of Ferrari's luxury cruiser
19 June 2009

German tuner Edo Competition has shown off its special edition version of the Ferrari California.

Edo’s Ferrari California has a more extreme look than the base car, with its choice of 20 or 21-inch black five-spoke alloy wheels and a lower ride height.

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An adjustable sports suspension system is also added, as is a high-performance butterfly valve exhaust system, and customers will also be able to request settings for the California’s customisable ECU.

These performance tweaks boost power to 501bhp (up from 453bhp) and torque to 369lb ft (up from 358lb ft).

All these modifications will push the price of the Edo Competition Ferrari California well above the base car’s £143,000 price, but no offcial figure has been released.

Mark Tisshaw

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