Ferrari has unveiled a bespoke California T from the company’s Tailor Made program, created especially for the Shanghai Auto Show.
Illustrating the numerous possibilities for personalization, the unique California T is inspired by two great style icons: the actress Ingrid Bergman and Jacqueline Kennedy.
The car features a “Grigio Ingrid” body color named after the legendary actress who chose this exact shade of grey for the Ferrari 375 MM given to her by Roberto Rossellini in 1954.
While the exterior has an understated appearance, the cabin is rich in materials and detail, taking inspiration from the worlds of interior and furniture design as well as luxury goods.
The seats feature a reddish brown, velvety “count prestige” leather, a reference to the Kennedee chair by Jean Marie Massaud, which in turn was influenced by the style of the Kennedy family. The luxurious ambience is also enhanced by the waxed edges of the leather covering the center console and the door panels.
These vintage elements are combined with contemporary accents such as the matte grey metallic details on the dashboard and center console, as well as the black Alcantara inserts in the seats. Finally, the floor mats are made of 100 percent pure virgin wool from New Zealand with a natural jute background, a carpet normally used in luxury home interior decoration.