Supercar specialist Edo Competition is one of the first tuning firms to present a complete package with performance and styling accessories for Ferrari’s newest creation, the California Spider. Modifications to the 4,3-litre V8 engine include a recalibrated ECU and an optional newly-developed high performance exhaust system, featuring adjustable butterfly valves and custom designed high flow catalytic converters with a 200 cell per square inch metal core.
The result is an additional 29 kilowatt and 16 N.m for a total output of 367 kW and 500 N.m of torque at 5 200 rpm. The Edo Competition-prepped California Spider can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and achieve a top speed of 315 km/h (+5km/h compared to the factory model).
Customers can choose from a variety of newly-developed wheel and tyre sets in 20 and 21 inches, while the German tuner also offers a sport spring kit that lowers the Spider’s ride height by 35mm, as well as a sport suspension system with adjustable compression and rebound damping.
For the convertible’s appearance, Edo Competition provides an array of upgrades including special interiors and specific leather upholstery. The company says that it also fulfills individual requests.