Italian supercar maker Ferrari has just opened its first Tailor Made Center in the United States. Based in New York City, the new facility spans across 6,600 square feet, its showroom large enough to display five of the brand’s sports cars while holding a private owners’ lounge for the top enthusiasts of the Prancing Horse. According to the Italian brand, the Tailor Made Center will offer an “endless array of specification options to meet any Ferrari owner’s personality and tastes including an extensive range of fabrics, leathers, woods, colors and finishes.” Each client will be assisted by a personal designer to help them through the customization process.
The NYC Tailor Made Center currently offers its patrons three different collections which serve as starting points. The first is the Scuderia collection, which is based on Ferrari’s racing and performance models. The Classica collection then covers its more historic and heritage models. Finally, the Inedita is a complete blank slate where customers are allowed “free reign for experimentation,” with endless customization possibilities bound only by one’s budget.
For those interested, you can head over to Ferrari’s website to learn more, or directly visit the new Tailor Made Center in NYC at 410 Park Avenue.
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