Ferrari introduced Omologata, which it specially developed using the V12 engine. Omologata, created with the brand's 70-year-old GT tradition and produced only one, stands out with its sporty structure in daily use as well as its track use. Developed on the basis of 812 Superfast model; The aggressive and sharp contours of the “one of a kind” Omologata turn into a timeless design with a special red body color, the three-layer Rosso Magma.
Ferrari introduced its customized model, Omologata, which it produced one. Adapted from the Ferrari 812 Superfast model and designed for a single customer, the car stands out with its uniqueness. With Omologata, all stages of which were completed in more than two years from sketches to the final design, a futuristic design that leaves a permanent mark, is immortal and shaped with special details that will attract attention in every environment, is aimed.
A unique car in every way, produced only one
Every detail of Omologata has been designed taking into account the customer's request and numerous variables. Omologata was developed on the brand's front-engined V70 platform, following Ferrari's 2009-year-old GT tradition, following the P540 Superfast Aperta, which was produced in 12. Omologata, the tenth car developed with this idea in the history of the brand, has not only track capability but also sports road car features. The model, which stands out with its aggressive appearance, was first based on the 812 Superfast, and the final design was achieved by making changes to the whole body except the windshield and headlights. The characteristic elements of Ferrari were preserved in shaping the aerodynamic body and the sporty design was reinforced with sharp details. This unique design of the vehicle is completed with three layers of Rosso Magma in a special red body color and carbon surfaces.
The interior salutes the racing world
In the interior of Omologata, which also connects with Ferrari's racing heritage; 4-point racing seat belts in a mixture of leather and Jeans Aunde® fabric, and electric blue seats, contrasting with the black color. Handmade details, on the other hand, connect with the past and bear traces of the brand's models in the racing world. Metal parts with cracked paint effects on the instrument panel and steering wheel; It refers to the legendary GT racers of the 1950s and 1960s and the top cover of Ferrari engines. The hammered paint effect used in cars such as the 250 LM and 250 GTO and the interior door handles used in the Ferrari F1 also strengthen the ties with the past and carry the brand's strong heritage to the present.
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