Because who wants a standard Ferrari anyway?

After introducing the gorgeous J50 special edition at the end of 2016 to mark 50 years in Japan, Ferrari is once again showing its appreciation for the Land of the Rising Sun. Highlighting the company’s Tailor Made division by demonstrating what can be done in terms of customising a prancing horse, the folks from Maranello organised a dedicated event where they brought nine bespoke creations.

Because no one in his right mind would ever want to buy a bone stock Ferrari, these Tailor Made cars might give future owners some ideas to personalise their prized possessions. Exhibited at the Embassy of Italy in Tokyo where a crowd of 300 people gathered to see these beauties, the cars followed nine different themes to showcase what can be done with a GTC4Lusso T.

Gallery: Ferrari Tailor Made event in Japan

It’s safe to say the bespoke program is a big deal now for Ferrari, with the company inaugurating the Tailor Made and Atelier Areas in the new Centro Stile Ferrari at the end of September at home in Maranello, Italy.

In an interim report published yesterday, Ferrari mentions it’s enjoying an increase in net revenues in Japan thanks mainly to models such as the Portofino and 812 Superfast. Another reason why revenue is up has to do with the fact more and more people are deciding to spruce up their cars through Tailor Made, so it makes perfect sense why this dedicated event had to be organised.

It’s not all sunshine and rainbows for Ferrari in Japan as the company admits its net revenue has been negatively impacted by the foreign currency translation, but hopes to offset these issues by starting deliveries of the aforementioned J50.

Through September 30, Ferrari sold 6,853 cars all over the world, which is up by 472 units compared to the same period of last year. The interim report is a good opportunity to remind us Ferrari is still a small company, with an average of 3,587 employees during the first nine months of the year. It’s getting a bit bigger, though, considering the staff has increased by 248 people since 2017.

It will need the extra workforce taking into account the squad from Maranello is working on its very first SUV – dubbed Purosangue.