Ferrari has just revealed (most of) an exciting one-off vehicle commissioned by a very wealthy client based somewhere in Europe. It’s called the Ferrari Omologata, and by all accounts, it’s a V12 beast that’s not only based on the Ferrari 812 Superfast – but positioned as its aesthetic successor.
The Omologata represents the Italian automaker’s 10th exclusive V12 front-engined offering built since 2009 – taking around two years to complete. With a simply stunning Rosso Magma exterior over darkened carbon fibre and hand-formed aluminium body, it showcases a muscular silhouette, devastatingly attractive cuts, as well as taking some design cues from both science fiction and modern architecture (according to Ferrari themselves).
“It manages to encompass a range of subtle Ferrari signature design cues without falling into nostalgia.”
The interior features electric blue seats comprised of leather and Jeans Ande fabric with 4-point racing harnesses. While little else about the cabin has been confirmed – visually or otherwise – what we do know is that the metal components of the dashboard and steering wheel wear crackled paint; while the centre console and door handles wear hammered paint.
Under the hood, again, all we know for certain is that the engine is a V12. Ferrari has yet to disclose the Omologata’s exact performance specifications. But assuming it’ll be an improvement of the 812 Superfast, at the very least, we can expect a 6.5-litre engine capable of generating 789 horsepower and 718 Nm of torque.
Unsurprisingly, in keeping with the running theme of mystery, Ferrari has also yet to disclose the Omologata’s price tag.
Check out (most of) the Ferrari Omologata in the gallery below.