If you thought the 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari was stunning in its factory garb, wait until you see this. Ferrari of Newport Beach has just delivered this masterful piece of hybrid V-12 awesomeness. It’s a one-off LaFerrari boasting a black-and-red spin on the famed Tour de France livery.
If you’re not familiar with Ferrari’s Tour de France livery, it is the color scheme that the 250 GT wore when it took home top prize in the 1964 Tour de France race – no, not the bicycle race. Unlike the 250 GT, which was grey with a yellow stripe, this LaFerrari is coated in a deep-black base coat with a contrasting red stripe going across the hood.
In addition to the sweet twist on this iconic livery, this LaFerrari also features a striking interior. All my life I was told, “never wear brown with black,” and I’ll be damned if this owner didn’t request chocolate brown cow hide all over the cabin. What’s more, somehow it all seems to work. Then again, maybe I am just mesmerized by this Italian hybrid.
The video is pretty short, sweet and to the point, with nearly no chatter at all – just the way I like my car porn. All that’s missing are a few to-the-rev-limiter wind-ups of that 6.3-liter V-12, but the owner instead drove off casually into the distance.
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