The LaF was recently spotted grabbing attention in Monaco and we have to admit this might just be the most elegant incarnation of Ferrari's current halo car we've seen to date.
We're dealing with a clean approach here, one that's focused on a special shade of Grey, which shows strong blue reflections when under the sun. Given Maranello's overly generous color palette, it's difficult to guess such a hue over the web, but it looks like we're dealing with Argento Nürburgring here - if you feel this is not the case, feel free to expres your opinion using the comments section below.
As for the rest of the details on this 950 hp (make that 963 PS if you prefer to use the metric system) Ferrari, the exterior goodies also include black wheels and look-at-my-carbon-ceramics yellow calipers. When it comes to the cabin of the beast, Blue details mirror the reflections mentioned above.
Since we mentioned this above, we'll go into the details of the LaFerrari appearance world and mention the wildest LaFs we've seen so far. The podium includes Jamiroquai front Man Jay Kay's Green LaFerrari (paint alone), an example that went all Stendhal with a Red and Black theme (paint and wrap), as well as the Black machine with a Rosso Corsa heritage stripe adroning its front section (probably paint alone).