This May be an Official Photo of the Redesigned Ferrari California T [Updated]

We’ve become accustomed to photo leaks in the days and weeks leading to important auto shows and today, it’s time for Ferrari to suffer it as well – or is it?

That’s the question surrounding this single photo of what is said to be the redesigned California and which has surfaced online with and without watermarks and logos, and even in cropped forms.

If it is real, we’ll find out soon as Ferrari has mentioned on its website that it will proceed to the “online world preview of the latest addition the Ferrari range on Wednesday, February 12th”.

For what it’s worth, compared to the current California, the car seen here sports a redesigned front end with new lights, grille and hood, as well as reworked profile lines.

Photos via Autofilou & Forzapassione

Update: More photos have popped up online

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