Then again, the shade's intensity seems to pale when compared to the Purple hue covering the exposed carbon bits of the LaF, as well as the machine's wheels.
As for the owner, unlike in the case of the joyfully-colored F12 Tour de France we showed you earlier today, whose driver we had featured before, we're not aware of the garage that accommodates this Prancing Horse.
However, while we're keeping track of hue-tastic Maranello halo cars, we'll remind you there are two main sub-breeds here. The first has to do with machines such as the one we have here, which rely on Ferrari's Tailor Made department to grab attention - Jay Kay's Green LaF and the All-Purple example belonging to a Malaysian prince are the best examples.
Then we have the gas-electric Ferraris that have turned to partial wraps, such as this Red and Black take on the matter. Given Ferrari's... uptight attitude towards such second skin shenanigans, we've only seen rather restrained partial wraps so far.
And since mixing and matching hues and textures inside and out when it comes to go-fast machines has become a social media thing nowadays, we've added the supercar spec game tag below.
P.S.: With the Italian automaker scheduled to unleash the LaFerrari Aperta at this fall's Paris Motor Show, a new series of eye-catching moves awaits us.