Ian Poulter becomes the owner of first tailor made Ferrari in USA (Photos)
Ferrari has chosen the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance to offer the first of its kind tailor made FF. This particular FF was designed through Ferrari Tailor Made customization program and was especially made for British golfer Ian Poulter who was presented with the keys of this customized Ferrari FF Supercar by Amedeo Felisa, Chief Executive Officer of Ferrari in the presence of over 300 Ferrari clients.
Customization of this car which is powered by a V12 engine includes Sabbia special triple layered exteriors while interiors see extensive use of black Poltrona Frau leather. The buyer has also staked his preference for boot to be covered in carbon fiber and high tech fabric also in matching black and grey.
Being lucky enough to be able to afford a vehicle from Ferrari Tailor Made, means that the buyer is personally invited to the Ferrari factory in Maranello, Italy. Here he is put through the motions of selecting best material by a personally assigned designer who will guide and advise on what is best suited for a brand of this stature thereby ensuring that the end result is nothing but the best. In the case of Ian Poulter’s Ferrari, no changes were seen in the engine which continued with a 6.3 liter V12 offering 651 hp and 504 lb/ft torque.
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First Tailor Made car in USA handed over to Ian Poulter
Pebble Beach (California), 18 August – Pebble Beach was the exceptional location, where the first Ferrari Tailor Made for the USA was handed over to its new owner. The author of the personalisation of an FF is the famous British golfer Ian Poulter, who received the keys from Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa during a special evening event with over 300 clients of the Prancing Horse.
Poulter chose a “Sabbia” triple-layer livery for his FF with the interior in black Poltrona Frau leather and tartan, a characteristic of his new collection. The boot in carbon fibre and high-tech fabric sports several elements from the world of golf like the tartan, used for the first time in a car from Maranello.