***ONE OWNER***, 7 Speakers, AFS Advanced Front lighting System, Alloy wheels, Blue Brake Calipers, Bumpers: body-color, Color Upon Request - Horse Stitched on Headrest, Color Upon Request - Leather Central Tunnel, Convertible HardTop, Convertible roof lining, Front & Rear Parking Cameras, Front Grille w/Chromed Edges, Infotainment Apple CarPlay, Magnaride Dual Mode Shock Absorber System, Navigation System, Sport Exhaust System. Bianco Avus 2016 Ferrari California T RWD 7-Speed Manual 3.9L V8 Odometer is 1766 miles below market average! The California T is Ferrari's return to forced induction, but where the last turbo Ferrari was the beastly F40, the T is far tamer. It's the softest in the Ferrari range, designed for daily ease and use—it even has a cupholder. Powered by a 552-hp 3.9-liter V-8 mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch auto, the T is plenty quick and agile, though not as rewarding as the mid-engined 488. The folding top tucks into the top half of the trunk; while technically the T is a 2+2, the rear is better suited for luggage. The engine is the big news here, but the rest of the driving experience is much improved. The most obvious changes are a quicker steering rack (though not quite as zippy as the 458's), 12 percent stiffer springs and massively tighter control of body movements. Ferrari did offer a stiffer, quicker-steering Handling Speciale option on the old California, but it was an edgy thing, and ride comfort went out the window. The T is far better judged. Ride comfort is astonishingly good, yet this car really is fun to hustle. The secret is the 53 percent rear weight bias, achieved by tucking the engine tight up against the front firewall and ballasting out back with a transaxle. So instead of plowing out of turns like some big-front-engined GTs do, this one neutral-steers like a 1950s racer.