► 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.
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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