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TOTD: Will Turbochargers Make Ferrari Better?

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 2/13/2014 Christian Seabaugh

The new 2015 Ferrari California T that will debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show is the first Ferrari since the legendary F40 to pack a turbocharged engine under the hood. While Ferraris of late have all been naturally aspirated (save for the hybrid LaFerrari ), a handful of them back in the day featured forced induction.

2015 Ferrari California T 39 Turbo V8© Provided by MotorTrend 2015 Ferrari California T 39 Turbo V8 Turbochargers fell out of favor at Ferrari in the early '90s, but with the new California T's 552-hp, 557-lb-ft 3.9-liter V-8, they're back with a vengeance. The question is though, will a pair of turbochargers make the California -- and Ferrari as a whole -- any better?

That's what we'd like to know for today's Thread of the Day. Do you think fitting turbochargers to its flat-plane V-8s, and possibly even to its V-12s, would make Ferrari better? Or do you think Ferrari should stick with making naturally aspirated engines. Share your thoughts with us below.

2015 Ferrari California T In Blue Above Rear View© Provided by MotorTrend 2015 Ferrari California T In Blue Above Rear View
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