Ferrari bespoke models head to 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed


Featuring the best, meanest, fastest and most outrageous vehicles of all time, 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed will be celebrating the best of their first 20 years (1993-2012). The world’s most popular motor sport and car culture event is all set to roll out the latest supercars and Ferrari is already making news before the show commences. The Italian auto maker will be showcasing its customization programs with special focus on the bespoke Ferrari 458 Spider. Ferrari’s Tailor-Made program has given the 458 Spider an Ice White Pearl makeover along with Grigio Silverstone racing stripes running across the length. Inside this special prancing horse, the carbon-fiber trim boasts of pinstripe detailing in Ice White Pearl. The cabin is also clad in gray and black leather along with gray Alcantara.

Along with the 458 Spider, the event will also host the Ferrari FF with a panoramic glass roof. The car also comes with a Grigio FF exterior color, which is complemented by a navy blue semi-aniline leather interior.

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The third Ferrari to make a statement at the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed is Eric Clapton’s custom SP12 EC which was built by Ferrari’s Special Projects department.

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Fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the new LaFerrari will be disappointed as it is not going to be put on display. However the ferocious F12 Berlinetta with 740-horsepower V12 engine will be there to wow the audience.

More about Ferrari’s Tailor-Made program
Ferrari Tailor-Made is an exclusive personalization program from Maranello developed specifically for clients wishing to create a truly bespoke car that will be a clear expression of their own unique personalities and tastes. The program offers three collections inspired directly by Scuderia, Classica and Inedita.

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[Via – Motorauthority]