Created as a one-off commission for a European customer, the Ferrari Omologata moves the desirability of the company’s front-engine V12 coupes up to a new level.
Based on the 812 Superfast coupe, the Omologata only shares its headlights and windscreen with the donor vehicle.
The entirely bespoke body is said to be influenced by the company’s 70 years of racing heritage, and includes “sci-fi and references to modern architecture”.
Its smooth, flowing lines contrast with the sharply designed graphic elements and aerodynamic features, and includes a stripe which stretches up from the front fender vent all the way around the bonnet.
Despite first appearances, the Omologata misses out on rear quarter windows. The rear windscreen has also been replaced by three horizontal slats.
Painted in Rosso Magma, the Omologata also pays tribute to GT racing with its livery package, and rides on red-trimmed Pirelli P-Zero tyres.
The bulk of the interior has been carried from the 812 to the Omologata, although the commission does feature a crackled paint finish for many of the metal components.
The seats are now electric blue, and have been retrimmed in a mix of leather and Jeans Aunde fabric.
Ferrari has not mentioned any details about the Omologata’s drivetrain, so it’s probably safe to assume it keeps the 812 Superfast’s 588kW 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12 engine.
This is hooked up to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.