This London-Driven Ferrari F12 TDF Has Amazing Dark Red Carbon Fiber Engine Bay

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We've given you tons and tons of Ferrari F12 TDF liveries, from rather tame ones to some who were nothing short of attention magnets. However, the one we're here to show you might just be the classiest we've seen so far.
We're dealing with a Prancing Horse that comes from London and plays things retro by using the Dark Gray on Eric Clapton's Ferrari 250 SWB as its main hue.

However, it's the Dark Red accent hue of the car we want to focus on, but not without also mentioning the black pinstripe adorning the machine.

Returning to the Dark Red, this is featured both on the metallic, as well as on the carbon fiber bits of the Fezza, with the CF engine bay finished in this color being nothing short of breathtaking. After all, a compartment that houses a V12 delivering 780 hp while managing to maintain its naturally aspirated assets deserves a proper presentation.

The special color has also made its way inside the Maranello machine, where multiple elements are covered in Dark Red - the video we have here, which comes from Shmee, will allow you to get a complete look at this Ferrari. We'll take the time to remind you Maranello is only building 799 units of the F12 Tour De France, so we're dealing with a case of special-within-special here.

Truth be told, it's been a while since we last gave you a story wearing the supercar-spec-game tag. We introduced this tag earlier this year, after noticing how people get complimented (or the opposite) on social media for the color and material play they choose for their go-fast machines.

And yes, since this is a piece of footage showcasing the Ferrari F12 Tour De France, the soundtrack of the clip also involves quite a few aural delights for you.

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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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