Ferrari Omologata: The one-off Ferrari
A unique V12 Ferrari has been seen lapping Fiorano. It is called the Ferrari Omologata and is a one off creation. Read all about this unique Ferrari here.
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Rahul Ghosh
New Delhi
September 26, 2020UPDATED: September 26, 2020 03:05 IST
Ferrari Omologata
The Ferrari Omologata is a one-off car. It is made by a special team at Ferrari and took nearly two years to make.
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The Ferrari Omologata is a one-off creation which means it is not meant for series production.
The Ferrari Omologata project took a little over two years to complete.
The The Ferrari Omologata is powered by a V12 engine.
Any Ferrari is special but having a one-off creation is beyond anything. Commissioned by an European client, the latest offering in Ferrari’s line of unique coachbuilt one-off models is called the Ferrari Omologata. The Ferrari Omologata project took a little over two years to complete from the initial presentation of sketches, starting with images that covered a variety of inspirations, from racing heritage to sci-fi and references to modern architecture.

The rear window has been done away with and the Ferrari Omologata also gets a one-off shade of red.
The special is based on the 812 Superfast and only the windscreen and headlights from the standard car are carried forward here. The objective was to exploit the proportions of the potent, mid-front layout to deliver a very sleek design. To cut a long story short, the new Ferrari gets a flattened oval grille, a contrasting stripe that spreads across the bonnet and a large rear spoiler too. Ferrari claims that the spoiler not just adds to the look of the Omologata but also adds downforce. The rear screen has been done away with too. As for the colour, the Omologata is treated with a newly developed custom Rosso Magma paint and features racing-inspired graphics.

Inside, the Omologata has a number of trim elements designed to link to Ferrari’s racing cars, including four-point racing harnesses for the blue seats. Metal elements of the dashboard and steering wheel are finished with a crackled paint effect. A ‘hammered’ paint finish which was used in the 250 LM and 250 GTO is applied to the inner door handles and badge.

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Powering this Ferrari is a V12 but exact specifications have not been revealed. We expect it to come with the same motor as the 812 and this means it is going to be a 6.5-litre motor offering around 789bhp. Good enough to proper the Omologata to 100kmph in just 2.9 seconds.

As for the price, Ferrari is yet to reveal it.

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