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Ferrari Omologato is a One-Off ultra exclusive V12 GT

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Italian Luxury Supercar manufacturer Ferrari has unveiled a unique one-off crafted Ferrari, the Omologato. The Ferrari Omologato reverberates with the brand’s seven decades of GT tradition and is guaranteed to strike a chord in the hearts of Ferrari aficionados. The one-off Omologato has been commissioned by a European client, details of whom have not been shared with us. 

The unique coach-built one-off model keeps only the underpinnings, the windscreen and headlamps from the 812 Superfast. The Omologato exploits the mid-front layout and offers muscular proportions with smooth and defined volumes, rippled reflections keeping in mind the aerodynamic functions and striking a perfect balance between street cred, expressiveness and restraint. 

The Omologata features a tapering flattened oval grille, muscular wheel arches with powerful bulges, contrasting character lines on the bonnet which appear to extrude naturally from the grille, muscular rear three-quarter blending into the rear deck, three horizontal transversal cuts in the fastback volume visually lowering the rear mass, an integrated spoiler that not only adds to the downforce but also give the Omologato an aggressive stance and a poised meaningful look even at standstill. 

The road homologated Ferrari is the 10th front-engined V12 one-off supercars from the brand, since Ferrari delivered the 2009 P540 Superfast Aperta. For the ultimate touch, a new shade of red was developed to match the livery, fiery triple-layer Rosso Magma over the darkened carbon-fibre finish.

On the inside, Ferrari’s rich racing heritage has been incorporated in the trim details and the Omologato features a Black interior finish contrasted by electric blue seats, a combination of leather and Jeans Aunde fabric with 4-point racing harnesses, metal parts on the dashboard and steering wheel are finished with the crackled paint effect associated with the great GT racers of the 1950s and 1960s as well as with Ferrari’s engine cam covers. The Ferrari F1 bridge and the inner door handles are finished in the hammered paint effect, used in cars such as the 250 LM and 250 GTO.