Many of us petrol heads would prefer to drive/ride on the curvy mountain roads rather that straight highways. But ever wondered how would it feel to push a supercar that’s loaded with a turbocharged 3.8-litre V8 engine and develops 560 PS of power and 755 Nm of torque around the twisty mountain roads?
Ferrari’s head of development test-drivers Raffaele De Simone gets you a taste of the Italian luxury supercar maker’s California T’s driving prowess on the challenging streets and roads of the Principality of Monaco. He talks his viewers through the new car’s performance as it tackles the Col de Turini mountain pass, one of the toughest stages on the famous Monte Carlo Rally, the legendary Tunnel and, of course, the Monaco Grand Prix’s famous Loews hairpin.
The Ferrari California T is capable of pushing the needle from naught to 100kph in 3.6 seconds before hitting a top speed of 315 km/h (196 mph). Here is the complete video of the Ferrari California T taking on Col de Turini mountain pass.
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