15.07.08 by Jeff

Design your own Ferrari.

So designing a pair of NikeIDs just isn’t turning your crank anymore? Well my friend, you are in luck! Ferrari recently introduced their “One-to-One Personalization Program”! Everybody loves the 612 Scaglietti but now you can have it any way you want it, rich boy!

I mean the Scaglietti already comes with stock features like being able to change the entire ceiling from opaque to translucent with the turn of a knob (this is true), but you don’t want to be seen driving around in a stock 612, do ya? So just fly yourself over to Maranello, Italy, pop inside the Ferrari Factory, and have your personal Ferrari consultant install the shag rug and the carbon fiber chandelier you always wanted.

The first thing I’d install is a shock absorbent wine cellar in the trunk. Remind me to get rich at some point!

More info:

http://www.thecoolhunter.net/

http://www.trendhunter.com/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Vikram

    flllllly
    didnt they put shock absorbing wineracks in that new mini??

  • yea “The Chateau” – customized Clubman. if you follow that link…

  • I’d get that thing all “Speed Racer”ed out in a second!

  • hutson

    i hve no idea what i’m doing but i like ferraris

  • haha looove this site. i can spend so long on it designing my future cars :)

  • asdfasdf

    terrible





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