Every modern Ferrari to leave the factory is an objectively world-class vehicle, with performance, style, and amenities matched only by an elite few. However, the Prancing Horse also gives its most discerning—and deep-pocketed—clientele the option to buy made-to-order, fully-bespoke one-off creations that push the boundaries of the company’s design language. And the Modena marque has now revealed the latest fully-custom supercar build with the “Omologata.”
Italian for “homologation,” the Omologata marks the tenth one-off Ferrari built atop the marque’s V12 platform since 2009. Born out of hundreds of hours of labor, the Omologata benefits from Ferrari’s 812 Superfast package, allowing it to offer the performance of a Scuderia track weapon coupled with the luxury, comfort, and amenities of an elite grand tourer. The custom Ferrari wears all hand-formed aluminum bodywork that’s cloaked in an involved triple-layer Rosso Magma livery with race numbers adorning the sides and hood that was laid down using a “hammered paint effect” reminiscent the brand’s 250 LM and 250 GTO from the last century. The interior is no less ambitious, sporting a blacked-out color scheme juxtaposed by electric blue leather and Jeans Aunde fabric seats with four-point harnesses. To see more, check out the press release linked below.
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