Matte Green Ferrari F12 TDF with Orange Details Could Be The Most Expensive Ever

At the beginning of the month, we talked about a Ferrari F12 Tour De France that promised to deliver an unprecedented hue spectacle, one that would deliver a strong matte green aroma. However, back then we only had a photo showing a (mostly) covered car and we've now returned to the topic to give you the naked Maranello machine.
Matte Green Ferrari F12 TDF 3 photos
Photo: gregb.23/Instagram
Matte green Ferrari F12 TDF with orange detailsMatte green Ferrari F12 TDF with orange details
The Matte Green F12 TDF is now here in all its glory and this might just be the most extreme spec we've come across to date - we're not aware of the actual name of this hue, but it could be a Verde Opaco variation - the ways of the Ferrari Tailor Made department are complicated.

Main hue aside, the Prancing Horse comes with orange details. The latter also spread into the cabin, with the said shade being used for the glorious seats of the supercar.

Then we have the green carbon details, which remind us of the owner's Pagani Huayra BC. As we mentioned when we first discussed this F12, the Fezza has landed in the collection of Instagrammer gregb.23, who has a thing for mixing the two colors mentioned above.

Thus, similar pain schemes can be found on his Huayra BC (one of only twenty being built), as well as on his Ferrari Corse Clienti (customer racing program) chariot, which takes the form of a 599XX.

The only example of the 780-pony Ferrari we can think of when it comes to rivaling the memorable status of the one we have here is one we showed you back in June.

While the red hue of the said TDF is not as extreme as the shade of green covering the newcomer, it does borrow the livery of the Ferrari 330 P4 Le Mans racer. Heck, the Fezza we discussed back in the summer is so special that it has its own Instagram page.

Even so, this green machine might just be the most expensive F12 Tour De France we'll ever get to see, but, since the owner won't mention the price, we can only speculate on the matter.


Hello World  #Ferrari #F12TDF @rossocorsa

A post shared by Greg B. «5 (@gregb.23) on Sep 24, 2017 at 8:58am PDT


Got carbon?! #VerdeGB23 #Ferrari #F12TDF

A post shared by Greg B. «5 (@gregb.23) on Sep 23, 2017 at 9:12am PDT


Perfection... notice anything special?! #Ferrari #F12TDF @rossocorsa

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