Ferrari Unveils its Latest New Unique Model Omologata
The Ferrari Omologata, based on the 812 Superfast, is a unique model inspired by the famous GTOs.
Just a few days after the production Portofino M, Ferrari unveils its latest “one-off”, ie the new unique model produced by its special projects department. The coupe, called Omologata, is based on the 812 Superfast, of which it only uses the front lights and the windshield on the outside. Under the hood, we therefore find an atmospheric 6.5L V12 of 800hp.
As the name of the car suggests, this new creation is inspired by Ferrari GTOs of the past. We thus find the silhouette of the 250 GTO, with in particular air intakes in front of the hood and a modest grille making the car more sober than an 812 Superfast, while at the rear the hatch window has given way to an openwork body panel reminiscent of the 288 GTO, giving the GT a more compact appearance than that of the model that served as its basis.
Past and future together
Beyond historical inspirations, Ferrari says it has drawn on science fiction and modern architecture to design the Omologata. And while the body combines several shades of red with a livery evoking the competition, the interior contrasts with blue seats contrasting with the dominant black. On the center console and some elements of the dashboard, we notice a vermiculated paint similar to that used for the covers of the brand’s engines.
The Ferrari Omologata is intended for a European customer. It took more than two years of work. Its price has not been communicated.
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