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Grey and Black LaFerrari Is Your Conservatively Stand Out in Dubai

"Ferraris only come in one color" - if we had a cent for each time we heard an old-school aficionado saying that, we would've even painted our garage in Rosso Corsa by now.
Grey and Black LaFerrari 1 photo
However, in the real world, we can't... capitalize such colorful opinions, just like Maranello can't limit its customers to only ordering its signature color. The last part of the statement above is how we end up with Prancing Horses such as the one in this image.

We're talking about a LaFerrari whose owner went far from the standard, but didn't want to go for a wild approach. To be more precise, this is a LaF wearing a two-tone color scheme, which mixed the base Grey with Black details.

Come to think of it, such a restrained (if we may call it that) combo has high chances of standing out even more in Dubai, where this Fezza is registered - we must thank Alex Penfold for the stunning image. With Dubai's supercar population constantly growing, those in the market for such beasts have started to get used to the rainbow visual experience these cars can deliver.

Nevertheless, you should know there are also other ways of achieving the same effect. For instance, the most interesting one we showed you so far saw a Black LaFerrari getting a Rosso Corsa heritage stripe on its front section.

Of course, we can't talk about LaFerraris hues without also mentioning what happens when an owner decides to go color-crazy. And the Purple LaF we discussed back in January. The look-at-me 950 hp (make that 963 PS) Ferrari belongs to Malaysian Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, so the royal aura of this car is an actual one.

Then again, if we had to choose the most memorable example of the reigning Maranello halo car we've shown you, this would probably be Jamiroquai front man Jay Kay's Green hypercar.

 
 
 
 
 

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