With the Omologata, Ferrari pays a one-off homage to the famous GT racers of the 50s and 60s. Based on the 812 Superfast, the car is as potent as it is elegant
Ferrari unveiled a new model on Friday of which only one is being made: the Omologata. It is not known which wealthy customer ordered the unique sports car.
The ‘Omologato’ is technically based on the existing model ‘812 Superfast’, but apart from the original windscreen and headlights, almost everything has been adapted to the bodywork, according to Ferrari.
Curvy shapes and wavy lines play the leading role in the almost futuristic-looking model, which was colored with the three-layer ‘Rosso Magma’ Ferrari color and also received a completely new red hue as an accent color. Striking are the contrasting bright blue seats, which are covered with a combination of leather and Jeans Aude.
Black is also the magic word inside, there are only a few subtle metal accents on the dashboard and steering wheel. And there is also the iconic Ferrari F1 bridge.
The large V12 petrol engine is a well-known one: 6.5 liters with 800 hp power and 690 Nm of pulling power (torque). With this, the 812 Superfast already sprints to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds. The Omologato will be able to present approximately the same figures.
It is a ‘one-off’ car, which means that it remains with this one unique copy. The mysterious European who is said to have ordered it will therefore be the only owner in the world. One can only speculate about the price. In any case, it will be many millions of euros. The meaning of ‘omologato’? That is ‘approved’. Well.
The model is only Ferrari’s tenth one-off V12 since 2009. Ferrari does not make any statements about the performance figures of the Omologato, or about the price paid for the model.