Ferraris are usually associated with their trademark red color, called "Rosso Corsa", but new owners now have an array of different finishes to choose from.
Apart from the basic palette of colors available, Ferrari will let you color your car in any shade - since you're paying for it anyway. They just naturally reveal all their new cars in Rosso Corsa as a matter of tradition.
Carscoop imagines the LaFerrari in colors other than Rosso Corsa, and it doesn't look bad at all. Check it out and see what you think:
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