This is it! The 2015 Ferrari California T!
It is a 553-horsepower, front-engine, rear-drive roadster that seats four.
With a starting price just under $200,000, it is also Ferrari's least expensive model of the moment.
This car, however, had a suite of options driving its price up to over $440,000.
Among those options? These lovely 20-inch wheels.
And these Scuderia badges, too.
Under the hood is a 3.8-liter V-8 that has been augmented by twin turbochargers.
Headlights have been refreshed, with LED highlights.
The rear diffuser ensures this car makes a statement in either direction.
The gauge cluster features a multifunction LCD on the left and a massive tachometer with inset gear position on the right.
Engine start is on the wheel, along with the turn signals and lights.
Turn this red nob, called a manneto, to adjust the suspension and driving response of the car.
Infotainment gets a big boost this year, thanks to CarPlay compatibility!
Apple CarPlay allows for an iPhone to completely take over the in-dash experience.
Yes, it's a boost gauge in a Ferrari...
...A fancy, digital, multifunction boost gauge at that.
All surfaces and knobs here feel top-notch.
The little slider toward the bottom pulls the roof down.
Leather is top-notch, and those front seats are very comfortable.
The rear seats -- not so much.
Carbon fiber and leather abound.
Composite brakes are immensely powerful, but honestly a bit harsh for road driving.
Trunk space is somewhat compromised by the folding top, but is still workable. Especially with the pass-through seats.