Based on the 812 Superfast
The Prancing Horse has made some fantastic one-off cars, but the latest, the Ferrari Omologata, is a real gem. The car took two years to create. It is based on the 812 Superfast, but there’s quite a lot of this vehicle that’s unique.
The car has totally a bespoke aluminum body that’s inspired by Ferrari’s GT race cars and modern architecture. This car is designed to be driven on the road and on the racetrack. The car was designed to “exploit the proportions of the potent, mid-front layout to deliver a very sleek design defined by smooth volumes and undulating reflections,” according to the company.
There are an oval grille and rounder, more sensuous curves than the standard 812 Superfast. The car also gets a special livery and a newly developed shade of red. There’s also plenty of carbon fiber. The result is a car that looks both classic and futuristic somehow at the same time.
Inside the car, you’ll find electric blue leather and Jeans Aunde fabric seats. There are also a four-point racing harnesses. These elements stand out against the otherwise black interior.
Under the goodly hood is a 6.5-liter V12 engine. It’s the same as the 812 Superfast, but Ferrar hasn’t said if the car received a bump in either horsepower or torque. If the engine remains untouched, it will produce 789 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. That would allow the car to do a 0-62 mph run in 2.9 seconds and top out at 211 mph.
There’s no word on price, and it will probably stay that way. The car likely costs far more than a standard 812 Superfast, which runs $335,000.