Tuning firm boosts power to 544bhp
21 September 2009

Hamann Motorsport has launched its updated version of the Ferrari California.

Its 4.3-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine receives a power boost from 454bhp to 544bhp. Hamann has achieved this power upgrade by adding a new sports exhaust and a reworked engine management system.

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The German firm has also added a new aerodynamic kit, which includes a new lift-reducing front spoiler, a carbonfibre bonnet, new side skirts, a new rear spoiler and a three-part rear diffuser.

It gets black varnished 21-inch alloy wheels, with titanium bolting to help reduce its weight.

A fully customised interior is available, with options including full leather an personalised floor mats.

Prices have not been announced for the upgrades.

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