One-off Ferrari Omologata makes debut

Published: 25 September 2020

► Ferrari’s bespoke Omologata
► It’s an 812 Superfast underneath
► With details from racing heritage

Ferrari’s latest one-off creation is this: the Omologata. It’s a two-door V12 GT based on the 812 Superfast, made for a ‘discerning European client.’

But while under the skin is Ferrari’s hyper-powered grand tourer, only the windscreen and headlights have been carried across on the exterior. It’s finished in Rosso Magma with a discreet racing livery applied, with the number seven being a nod do the brand’s seven decades of history.

The front has an oval grille and two shallow nostrils just below the bonnet line, with the rear displaying a very retro set of horizontal cuts. A massive rear splitter and gentle rear ducktail help the Omologata apply the huge amount of power to the road.

Omologata front

The seats are in black and ‘electric blue’ trimmed upholstery that’s a mix of leather and ‘Jeans Aunde’ fabric that Ferrari has used in its one-offs before. Rough-textured metalwork can be seen on the centre console, with a ‘hammered paint’ effect on the gear selector bridge.

It’s not the first, and won’t be the last, one-off work from Maranello. In fact, the brand says the Omologata is the 10th front-engined one-off since the P540 Superfast Aperta from 2009.

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By Jake Groves

CAR's deputy news editor, office Geordie, gamer, lover of hot hatches