In the case of the 950 hp (make that 960 PS if you prefer the metric system) LaFerrari shown in the image gallery below, this means pulling a Stendhal move (read: a Red and Black theme).
While the color came from the factory, the non-color is a partial wrap handled by Dutch specialist JD Customs. If the wrap company's name sounds familiar, it might be because it handled this year's Gumball 3000 Rally.
Returning to the LaFerrari we have here, we have to thank Lennard Laar Photography for the stunning images that allow us to see the monster in detail. We can't help but admit the hue scheme we see here, as it managed to draw attention without turning to the in-your-face moves that usually accompany such efforts.
However, to this day, when we think of the most extreme LaFerrari color we've seen, a battle between two Ferraris takes place. We have to start with Jamiroquai front man Jay Kay's Green LaF, but the Purple car we showed you earlier this year also has serious chances for the title - the Purple LaFerrari can be found in Malaysia, being owned by Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, a prince coming from the Johor region's royal family.
Still, we have a feeling the best is yet to come in terms of LaF visual tricks and we'll be back with fresh examples as soon as we get our hands on them.