In just about any discussion of high-end sports cars, you can pretty much count on the mention of one manufacturer in particular: Ferrari.
The iconic Italian brand is practically synonymous with flowing, sinewy body contours, racing-bred technology, painstaking craftsmanship and high horsepower.
It’s also synonymous with high cost. All that go-fast goodness, and the aura that comes with it, will
cost you. A brand new Ferrari California would set you back around $192,000 as of mid 2010. One reason is that they don’t come streaming off the assembly line every few minutes like the typical Toyota or Ford models do. Despite modern manufacturing and efficiency practices, Ferraris aren’t made exactly like mass-market vehicles.