A special Ferrari 612 with a unique specification - showcasing the Ferrari’s bespoke Carrozzeria Scaglietti Personalisation Programme.
This actual car was designed by the award-winning Wallpaper magazine on behalf of a Ferrari collector and after a series of exhibitions throughout the Ferrari Dealer Network in the UK, it was exhibited at the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the exclusive Salon Privé in July 2006. After this promotional work the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti was delivered to its first owner, Mr Paul Hill, by Ferrari’s Charles Hurst dealership in Belfast - thus qualifying as a UK specification car.
Through the unlimited possibilities available in Ferrari’s bespoke Carrozzeria Scaglietti Personalisation Programme, the car was specified in a stunning but subtle two-tone paint scheme, with two complementary colours Nero and Blu Pozzi which are also silhouetted in the interior of the car, which has Nero and Blu Scuro leather Daytona seats with Blu stitching.
In addition to the Handling GTC package, exhaust system and F1 gearbox, the car features some truly bespoke elements: dedicated branding on the aluminium kickplates, discrete branding on the leather of the glovebox lid, and a custom-made leather pocket for the magazine’s new City Guides.
A unique and tasteful iteration of the consummate Ferrari GT car - available to view now at our showrooms.
FERRARI UK PRESS RELEASE ISSUED ON THIS ACTUAL CAR WHEN IT WAS LAUNCHED BELOW:
FERRARI 612 SCAGLIETTI WALLPAPER*
FERRARI'S FLAGSHIP FOUR-SEATER - AS DESIGNED BY WALLPAPER*
A genuine four-seater Ferrari, the all-aluminium 612 Scaglietti is the result of an avant-garde design that guarantees the pure, thoroughbred performance demanded by Ferraristi combined with uncompromising driver and passenger comfort.
In a unique partnership with Wallpaper*, the leading magazine for design, interiors, fashion and travel, Ferrari GB invited Wallpaper's award-winning Creative Director Tony Chambers and Art Editors Meirion Pritchard and David McKendrick to design a stylish and sophisticated Ferrari 612 Scaglietti interpreting the unlimited possibilities available via the Carrozzeria Scaglietti Personalisation Programme.
Massimo Fumarola, Director of Product Portfolio Development for Ferrari S.p.A. commented: 'We were delighted with the approach taken by Wallpaper* to this very special car. The Carrozzeria Scaglietti Personalisation Programme offers clients almost complete creative freedom and the result with this car is truly amazing, combining a trend-setting style with traditional luxury.'
In addition to the new Handling GTC package and F1 gearbox, Wallpaper* specified the car in a stunning but subtle two-tone paint scheme, with two complementary colours Nero and Blu Pozzi which are also silhouetted in the interior of the car, which has Nero and Blu Scuro leather Daytona seats with Blu stitching.
The bespoke aspects of the car, designed and manufactured under Ferrari's Carrozzeria Scaglietti Personalisation Programme, are: Wallpaper* branding on the aluminium kickplates, discreet branding on the leather of the glovebox lid, and a custom-made leather pocket for the magazine's new Wallpaper* City Guides which will be launched in September 2006 as part of the Wallpaper* 10th anniversary celebrations.
Massimo Fedeli, Managing Director of Ferrari GB said: 'Ferrari clients in the UK are amongst the most demanding and discerning in the world. We asked Wallpaper* to create this unique car to stimulate a debate which would encourage a new generation of personalised Ferraris that reflect the taste, style, elegance and luxury that lie at the heart of Ferrari.'
The Carrozzeria Scaglietti Personalisation Programme isn't restricted to just the car. Wallpaper* wanted to extend the bespoke elements to the matching six-piece luggage set which has not only been designed in the same Nero and Blu Scuro leather as the interior of the 612 Scaglietti, but the scallops on the luggage (which reflect the scallops which grace the side of the car itself) also feature Wallpaper* branding to ensure the car is truly unique.