Like most other automakers in this expensive space, Ferrari offers up a more bespoke automobile for its more discerning clientele. The program is called Tailor Made, and its latest creation made its debut during the recent 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The creation is this Bianco Italia and Blu Hellen California T.

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The idea behind the Tailor Made program is one that would already be familiar to buyers of wares from Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Aston Martin, and a number of other specialty automakers. These exotic machines are special, but sometimes a customer demands a bit more. In-house teams cater to nearly all of the whims of these clients, and the resulting cars are the stuff that their particular dreams are made of.

For the Tailor Made California T, Ferrari has been chosen to show off some of the special touches that one might order up. The car wears a special white paint scheme (the Bianco Italia) with a blue stripe (the Blu Hellen), and that blue and white theme is mirrored on the inside of the car as well.

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Additionally, the interior utilizes a new thin (we're talking 0.7 of a millimeter) yet grippy material known as Mycro Prestige fabric. It certainly sounds fancy, and even better is the fact that it's just one-third the weight of the standard leather used in a Ferrari machine. The material is also flameproof, water resistant and at the same time porous and breathable.

Should you be in the market for a Tailor Made Ferrari, you'd travel to Maranello to speak with the Italian team that will bring your vision to life. Once you go over the details, talk materials, and your vision moves into the idea and construction phase, you can see a scanned representation of what the final result will look like. Then you wait, and eventually your unique to you Ferrari will arrive at your door. Sembra dannatamente meraviglioso, no?

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