We found this very unique Ferrari F12tdf and 9 more rare Ferrari colours.
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Credits: Nathan Craig
Originally a Lamborghini colour, Arancio Borealis is a very bright shade of orange with a small metallic flake.
Credits: Vedant Bapat
Atomic Orange is relatively new in the Ferrari colour palette. Upon researching this colour, we came across plenty of pictures of a Chevrolet Corvette C6 with basically an identical colour. Did Ferrari really use a Chevrolet colour for a few Tailor Made cars?
Credits: Sven Baillien
We've said it before, but we'll say it again: we are huge fans of blue Ferraris. This Ferrari 812 GTS in Blu Toscan is certainly no exception. Blu Toscan is a beautiful hue and of course available through Ferrari Tailor Made.
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Side by side, Blu Vietri is very close to Blu Toscan and hard to distinguish. This paint was first used on a very unique Monza SP2 with a fade from Blu Vietri to a black paint.
Del Rio Verde Medio
Del Rio Verde Medio has only appeared on our radar just recently. RM Sotheby's auctioned this 275 GTB/4 in the beautiful, non-metallic, paint-to-sample, shade of green and was sold for $3,800,000 USD. Reportedly, the car was first ordered by Daniel Del Rio, a stockbroker working on Wall Street, hence the name.
Giallo My Swallow
Credits: Soren Swift
Giallo My Swallow is a very new shade of yellow that appeared on a 'Ispirazioni' Tailor Made configuration.
One of our readers left a comment under this blog post, explaining the origin of this shade of yellow: "Giallo My Swallow was a Pininfarina colour from the early 1970’s. Pinifarina named a number of their paint colours after race horses and this shade of yellow was named after My Swallow an Irish-bred, British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. He won eight of his eleven races in a racing career which lasted from May 1970 until July 1971."
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Although very close to Blu Tour de France, this Ferrari F12berlinetta is finished in Indigo Blau. It features a livery inspired by Sir Stirling Moss' Ferrari 250 GT Short Wheelbase from the 1960s.
Credits: Classic Cars Manchester
Beautiful shade of red that was available in the 1990s. Prugna translates to plum and we can see the connection.
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From one shade of red, to another. Featured here is Rosso Angelo, very close to the more common Rosso Fuoco paint.
Credits: Soren Swift
A unique, Tailor Made colour was not enough for the owners of this Ferrari F12tdf. They also opted in for brown carbon, brown livery and brown interior. Combined with Verde Storico, presumably inspired by 250 GTO chassis 3505GT, this is a winning configuration as far as we're concerned.
What was your favourite colour from this list?