MOMO Prototipo Black 320mm Steering wheel Leather VPRO320BLKBR
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The Prototipo, MOMO’s most iconic steering wheel, is now available in a more compact 320mm configuration, in a nod to the heritage of the Prototipo steering wheel.
One of the most popular wheels in the MOMO Tuning steering wheel range, the MOMO Prototipo Black is a classic-look wheel made with a combination of the finest modern materials to provide a perfect blend between old and new. Made from top grain black leather with contrasting white stitching, black cut-out aluminium spokes with the classic MOMO Arrow horn button, the MOMO Prototipo is the ultimate choice for those wishing to retain the character of their vehicle whilst refreshing the interior. Like all MOMO steering wheels the Prototipo is made in Italy from the highest quality materials. An aftermarket hub is required for installation, contact us for more availability on MOMO’s range of hub kits.
MOMO Steering Wheel and MOMO Horn Button (Round Lip)
*Please note: This steering wheel is not supplied with a horn button retaining ring, earthing cable or screws for installation. If you do not already have these parts, a MOMO Horn Button Retaining Ring, MOMO Horn Button Earth Cable and MOMO Fixing Screw Set can be purchased separately.
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“We turn cars from simple tools into a way of life”
Momo was founded in 1964 by race car driver Gianpiero Moretti. In that year, Moretti commissioned a local craftsman to produce a custom steering wheel for his own racing car. This special steering wheel – the first Momo steering wheel in the Company’s history – had a superior and thicker grip compared to the normal racing steering wheels available at the time. Drivers from other teams quickly noticed Moretti’s new steering wheel and wanted the same for their cars, and so it started to gain fame within the racing community. The new Momo steering wheel also caught the attention of the then Ferrari Formula One driver, John Surtees, who wanted to mount it on his single-seater car. John Surtees’ Ferrari, equipped with the Momo racing steering wheel, won the Formula One world title in 1964. And so it was that Gianpiero Moretti converted his his passion into a manufacturing reality, and Momo (for Moretti Monza) was born.