The hypercar has shown up in Tokyo, with the images we have here showing the dark LaF in all its splendor - me must tip our keyboards to Bugatiking1640 for these photos.
While Ferrari aficionados already know the Maranello language name of the hue seen here, we'll take the time to mention the non-color covering the body of this LaFerrari is called Nero DS Opaco.
Those looking to gift their monster hybrid with such a hue have had to turn to the company's Tailor Made department, with Ferrari having only brought three such LaFerraris to the world.
Exclusivity is a key factor when it comes to such machines and the fact that Nero DS Opaco LaFerrari owners have to share the planet with two similar cars is no small first world problem to these people. For instance, when Jamiroquai lead man Jay Kay showcased his Green LaFerrari back in 2014, the artist didn't forget to mention his fingers being crossed for the rest of the LaF clientele steering clear of such a color.
And despite Ferrari's best efforts to keep speculators at bay, LaFerraris are still trading hands way sooner than they should - we didn't mention this by accident, as a Matte Black LaF (we're not sure whether that car is the one we have here or not) was auctioned off last year. Having gone under the hammer with the help of Mecum Auctions, the velocity beast only had 211 miles on its odo at the time, which says something about the guy who originally bought the hypercar.
P.S.: For all the LaFerrari hues mentioned in the intero, check out our supercar-spec-game tag.