Ferrari presented the Omologata on Friday, a unique vehicle based on the 812 Superfast.

The model was specially built for a customer, a process that took two years.

Although the overall shape of the 812 Superfast can still be recognized, the Omolagata body is completely new.

The Omologato painted in Rosso Magma only shares its windscreen and headlights with the existing model, according to Ferrari.

Under the skin, the differences are smaller and may not even exist.

The same 740 hp V12 engine provides the drive.

In the 812 Superfast, this results in an acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 340 kilometers per hour.

Ferrari does not make any statements about the performance figures of the Omologato, or about the price paid for the model.

A regular 812 Superfast costs more than 393,000 euros in the Netherlands.

The Omologato only shares its windshield and headlights with the 812 Superfast.

(Photo: Ferrari)

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