This is a modern interpretation of one of the most beautiful cars of all time. The Ferrari California Spyder was a special line of vehicles based upon the 250 platform/chassis and designed for export to America. The Spyder was offered from 1957 to 1961. Aluminum was used in the hood, doors, and trunk lid, with steel specified elsewhere for most models, though a few aluminum-bodied racing versions were also built.
This concept uses the same ideology as the original in that it blends beauty, power and the latest technology developed by Ferrari's Formula 1 experience. The chassis is a modified 599 Fiorano and feature's Ferrari's fire breathing V-12 power plant found in their range topping Enzo and 599. Much like the original many decades ago, it is designed using exotic materials and features a front mounted V-12 with a rear mounted ZF transaxle. The design is a bold take on a timeless classic.