Rich Japanese buyers seem to be the favorite target market of carmakers eager to sell limited-edition variants of their road cars. Cornes Motor, Ferrari's main distributor in Japan, plans to offer 10 units of the California Limited Edition to its clients.
What makes the California Limited Edition different from the standard Ferrari California is that it will have carbon fiber rocker panels, door handles and fuel cap, five-spoke diamond-polished forged wheels with red Prancing Horse center caps, and forged titanium bolts.
Of the 10 units that will make it to Japan, four will be clad in Bianco Avus/Nero, three in Rosso Corsa/Nero, and three in Bero/Crema.
The Japan-exclusive California Limited Edition will be sold for approximately ¥26,500,000 (almost P14 million at ¥1:P0.527).
Earlier this month, BMW revealed it will be selling 12 limited-edition variants of its Z4 exclusively for the Japanese market.
If Ferrari were to ever offer a Philippine-exclusive limited-edition car, what special features do you think should it carry?