Undoubtedly, blue is one of the most popular colours for a Ferrari.
A one-off colour requested through Tailor Made. It is based on the same shade that the 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Coupe Ghia s/n 0145E wears.
Azzurro La Plata
A super-bright shade of blue. This colour is most likely named after the blue-footed booby, a seabird native to the eastern Pacific Ocean.
Azzurro La Plata Opaco
Photo: Siddarth Ramachandran
Matte version of Azzurro La Plata.
Azzurro Le Castellet
This shade of blue is inspired by the French Paul Ricard circuit, famous for its red-white-blue asphalt escape routes.
Azzurro Monaco Opaco
Matte version of Azzurro Monaco, named after the blue sea you can find in the principality of Monaco.
We featured the Metallic version in Part 2.
Photo: Justin Schmö̈ller
A soft-blue that increasing in popularity with the introduction of the Ferrari 430 Scuderia and Scuderia Spider 16M.
Another one-off colour recently requested through Tailor Made. It’s said that the colour is named after the owner’s daughter.
Photo: Dragone Classic
Bright shade of blue, primarily used in the 1980s.
Blu Chiaro Metallizzato
Photo: The Big Picture
Very different from the regular Blu Chiaro, this shade is much brighter and in some lights appears to be green.
Blu Elettrico 2020
A revised version of the original Blu Elettrico we mentioned in Part 2. This colour was first used on the Ferrari SF90 Spider with Assetto Fiorano package.
Blu Elettrico Opaco
Photo: Romans International
The matte version of Blu Elettrico.
Dark blue requested through Tailor Made.
Bright shade of blue acquired through Ferrari’s Tailor Made department.
This one-off Tailor Made requested shade of blue is said to be inspired by the Ferrari F60 America of 2014.
A unique shade of blue, only available through a ‘Special order’.
Photo: Christian Delfs
An Azzurro Dino-esque colour. Very rare and primarily used in the 1970s and 1980s.
Named after the city of Montreal, this shade of Blu was requested through Tailor Made and has a beautiful metallic flake in direct sunlight.
This shade was first used with the 70th anniversary liveries and is based on the Ferrari 275 NART Spyder (10691).
Photo: Giulio Feroleto
The go-to shade of Ferrari blue in the 1960s through the 1980s.
Blu Ultra Scuro
A very dark, historical shade of blue.
Photo: Ronnie Renaldi
A shade that is very close to the beloved Azzurro Dino, Mexico Blau is originally a Porsche colour.
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