The 812 looks gorgeous in this spec.
For the world's most discerning customers, premium automakers offer exclusive divisions that add even more luxury and decadence to their vehicles. The only rule is that no expense is spared in creating the most unique interpretations of popular models. Examples include Rolls-Royce with its Black Badge range, Bentley with its Mulliner lineup, and Ferrari with its Tailor Made division. The Italian marque recently shared the Tailor Made Ferrari 812 Superfast on its Facebook page, and as expected, it looks magnificent. Ferrari describes it as "the perfect marriage of elegance and pure adrenaline."
Outside, the Tailor Made 812 Superfast is finished in Verde Pino paint contrasted with gold livery, which is a refreshing change from Ferrari's signature red. Not only are the wheels finished in gold, but a double gold stripe runs along the center of the hood and roof. This finish works well with the front-engined, rear-wheel-drive GT's aggressive stance.
Inside, the 812's GT bent already makes it one of the more comfortable Ferrari's around, but this Tailor Made example boasts Heritage Ghianda leather with Kvadrat Umami fabric inserts. An Opaque Black finish for the dashboard, steering wheel, and bridge tunnel contrasts beautifully with the lighter leather and Oro Lucido trim.
Embroidered into the headrests is the green Prancing Horse emblem, perfectly matching the green-hued exterior paint. This appears to be no more than an aesthetic makeover, so the model you see here retains the stock variant's 6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12 that churns out 789 horsepower and 530 lb-ft of torque, allowing the 812 Superfast to live up to its name and fly to 62 mph from rest in just 2.9 seconds. This car, together with other Tailor Made Ferraris like the GTC4 Lusso T, is needlessly extravagant as the stock models are more than glamorous enough. Still, we'd love to be in a position to have to decide whether or not to get our Ferrari in a Tailor Made spec or not.