Turning an already beautiful car into a spectacular showpiece is a challenge well handled by German tuners Edo Competition. They’ve let their creative juices flowing when they set out to re-invent Ferrari’s first hard-top convertible, the California. First, the tuners gave it new shoes that’s wider and lower. This gives the car a much sportier stance. The suspension is refitted with an adjustable system to suit the driver’s preference; a sporty and spirited ride or a more comfortable one. But the best bit of revamp for the car is the recalibration of the engine’s ECU wherein a total of 500hp and 369 ft-lb of torque has been squeezed out of the V8. The result is a faster and sleeker car with good looks that should turn heads more often than with a stock California. Edo says that you can basically add anything to your specs for the car and they’d be more than happy to fulfill your wishes.