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Signal Green Ferrari SF90 Stradale Looks Like Jay Kay's LaFerrari

We've already seen the Ferrari SF90 Stradale in the usual colors, if such an adjective is appropriate for the Maranello wonder, so how about something different? For instance, the example sitting before us comes dressed in Signal Green.
Signal Green Ferrari SF90 Stradale 1 photo
Now, before anybody starts wondering who came up with this effervescent spec, I need to mention we're looking at a digitally manipulated image.

Nevertheless, this portrait is pretty close to reality, since it sees the SF90 Stradale borrowing the attire from Jay Kay's famous LaFerrari. You know, the Prancing Horse halo car that Jamiroquai's front man ordered in Signal Green.

Keep in mind that customer deliveried for the 1,000 horsepower monster won't kick off until the first half of next year, so the said LaF still has no competition.

Oh and yes, the moment when SF90 Stradale customers start adorning their garages with the gas-electric moment will be memorable, since, for one thing, the newcomer is quicker than the LaFerrari, despite not being cast in the role of a halo car.

Now, since we mentioned Jay Kay's Fezza, I'll remind you the Italian exotic traded hands this spring. In fact, the social media post at the bottom of the page delivers a fresh update on the LaFerrari's situation.

You see, its famous first owner doesn't get to cover too many miles per year, so he only managed to take the odo up to 1,900.

However, as the said update explains, the current owner gets to enjoy the LaF more. For instance, the gear head recently attended a drive that saw him covering north of 1,100 miles in a week.

The shenanigan took place in the Dolomites, with those mountains being no strangers to car lovers hooning LaFerraris as if the hybrid hypercars had been stolen. In fact, here's an Aperta incarnation of the Ferrari LaFerrari drifting its way through the Giau Pass.




 
 
 
 
 

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