An increasing number of clients are seeking the expert advice of the specialists of the Tailor-made programme at Maranello, each one with something different in mind. Over the following pages we present some examples of what can be achieved, from Paolo Pininfarina, who realised an FF in line with the tastes of his father Sergio, to those who wanted to re-create the classic models of Ferrari’s past, with original racing insignia, materials and colours. When it comes to personalising your own car, there really are no limits
The name and technical characteristics of LaFerrari have much in common with the thoughts of the Greek philosopher. Its qualities include an endothermic V12 engine, which is the apex of perfection thanks to Formula One-inspired Hy-KERS, a chassis made with different types of carbon fibre working in synergy, dynamics that reproduce the F1 racing experience thanks to electronic control systems that optimise stability, and design and aerodynamics developed in symbiosis at Maranello. In performance terms, Ferrari’s new supercar transcends the sum of its singular, extraordinary parts. LaFerrari: pure metaphysics
There is nothing more precious in the world of Ferrari than having the opportunity to create and build your own model. Talking exclusively to The Official Ferrari Magazine, Eric Clapton reveals what inspired him to do just that…
Ferrari’s pioneering Tailor-made project allows clients to personalise their car, bringing together the best of Italian expertise in design, leather and textile, including fine wool, velvet and even cashmere for the interiors and the flooring. We discover the secrets of one of the oldest Italian companies, Vitale Barberis Canonico, which collaborates with Ferrari on the project
Peter Kalikow’s Superamerica 45 is the latest Ferrari to emerge from the company’s thrilling Special Projects division. In an exclusive interview, the man who commissioned it tells us how it feels to have the freedom to create your own one-off Ferrari.