Continuing The Blue Ferrari Shades Search (Part 2 of 3)

Continuing The Blue Ferrari Shades Search (Part 2 of 3)

Surprisingly, there are many one-off and rare shades of Ferrari Blu. We listed 20 of them below. Click here if you missed Part 1.

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Azzurro Dino

Azzurro Dino Ferrari 488 Pista

Starting off with a very bright shade: Azzurro Dino.

Photo: Kroymans Ferrari

Azzurro Hyperion

Azzurro Hyperion Ferrari F12tdf

Seen here on a Ferrari F12tdf, Azzurro Hyperion is a light, almost greenish shade of blue. A quick online search shows a 512M (1996) in this exact colour, which suggest it was first used in the mid-1990s.

Photo: @anton.fk

Azzurro Monaco

Azzurro Monaco Ferrari F12tdf

Named after the principality of Monaco, this colour most likely resembles the colour of the French Riviera sea.

Photo: @joe_m

Blu Ahrabian

Blu Ahrabian Ferrari GTC4Lusso

A rather flat colour requested through Ferrari’s Tailor Made programme.

Photo: Daniel Viliam Mazáč

Blu Antille

Blu Antille Ferrari Superamerica 45

Blu Antille was requested by Peter Kalikow, an American real estate developer, for his one-off Ferrari Superamerica 45.

Blu Cornes

Blu Cornes Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

Blu Cornes was first used in 2006 when Ferrari, together with Cornes & Co., introduced the 612 Scaglietti ‘Cornes 30th Anniversary Edition’ to commemorate 30 years of importing Ferraris to Japan.

Blu Corsa

Blu Corsa Ferrari Portofino

A bright shade of blue first used on the Ferrari 488 Spider in 2015.

Photo: Márkó Török

Blu Elettrico

Blu Elettrico Ferrari 488 Pista

A triple-layer paint that’s starting to become more popular.

Photo: Daniel Viliam Mazáč

Blu Ghibli Cup

Blu Ghibli Cup Ferrari 599 GTO

Originally a Maserati colour first used on the Ghibli Cup (1995-97), a racing version of the Ghibli. This shade is very close to Azzurro Dino.

Blu Ginzana

Blu Ginzana Ferrari F12tdf

Pictured is an F12tdf in the one-off colour Blu Ginzana, which commemorates the 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO of Roger Penske that raced during the 12hr of Sebring.

Photo: Ferrari Sydney

Blu Helen

Blu Helen Ferrari 812 Superfast

A darker shade of Ferrari blue.

Photo: Rich Harman

Blu Hembery

Blu Hembery Ferrari 488 Pista

A dark shade of Ferrari blue named after Paul Hembery, a former executive of the Pirelli tyre company who requested the colour for his F12berlinetta. Here seen on @dulac_cars’ 488 Pista Spider in combination with a yellow livery.

Photo: Ernesto Rietdijk

Blu Inverno

Blu Inverno Ferrari 599 by Jason Castriota Design

Originally an Alfa Romeo colour, Blu Inverno was first used on the Ferrari 599 by Jason Castriota Design.

Blu Krawczyk

Blu Krawczyk Ferrari F12tdf

A one-off colour requested through Tailor Made by a Polish Ferrari collector.

Photo: Classic Sterne

Blu Ortis

Blu Ortis Ferrari LaFerrari

Surely one of the darker shades of Ferrari blue, very similar to Blu Pozzi. Though Blu Ortis was primarily used in the 1970s and 1980s, the LaFerrari pictured is also finished in this beautiful shade.

Blu Scozia

Blu Scozia Ferrari LaFerrari

Blu Scozia, or Scotland Blue, is a dark shade of blue that’s very suitable for cars with a lot of curves, such as the LaFerrari pictured.

Photo: Harry Coles

Blu Soltani

Blu Soltani Ferrari 488 Pista

Arguably the brightest of bright Ferrari blues.

Photo: Ferrari Lake Forest

Blu Swaters

Blu Swaters Ferrari F355 Spider

Blu Swaters come alive when seen in direct sunlight and even has some purple hues. The colour is named after Jacques Swaters, a racing driver and former team owner of Ecurie Francorchamps. In his early years, he primarily raced British cars. After retiring from driving, he became a manager of Ecurie Nationale Belge. The team used a silver/yellow livery seen on the 250 GTO, but they also used a red/yellow livery seen on the 330 P4. In 1953, Ferrari appointed Swaters as official Ferrari importer for the Benelux area. Some 40 years later, in 1992, Ferrari unveiled the Ferrari 456 at the Belgian dealership. In recognition of the long-standing partnership, the colour was named after Jacques.

Photo: Kroymans Ferrari

Blu Tour de France

Blu Tour de France Ferrari 488 GTB

The national colour of France, but for your Ferrari. This deep shade of blue is part of Ferrari’s regular colour range.

Photo: Nino Hamet

Blu Tour de France Opaco

Blu Tour de France Opaco Ferrari F12tdf

The matte version of Blu Tour de France.

Photo: @prodrivercz


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