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Arguably one of the most underwhelming vehicles in its lineup, Ferrari’s California isn’t giving up just yet. After a tweak of the car’s ECU, upgraded suspension components, and undergoing various aluminum manufacturing improvements, the two-seat cabriolet returns with 30 more horsepower and 30 less kilograms to help propel itself from 0-60 in a staggering 3.8 seconds. While already notorious for being the first GT car in Ferrari’s history to have an engine mounted in the front of the chassis, the now all-new California, debuting at the Geneva International Motor Show later this month, will certainly not be forgotten.