The world is going through a tough time, so let's look at the brightest colour in Ferrari's palette and the colour of Modena: yellow.
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A very rare shade of yellow, which translates to Yellow Squirrel in Spanish. The Ferrari 488 Pista above is finished in this colour as a tribute to the 1958 250 Testa Rossa (0724TR).
Photo: Joep Verbeeten
First seen in the 1960s when the mid-engine Dino was the bread winner for the marque.
Giallo Lady Gaga
Photo: Daniel Zizka
No doubt this has something to do with American singer Lady Gaga, though it’s very hard to find any information on the colour. To our knowledge, the 599 SA Aperta pictured above is the only Ferrari wearing this shade of yellow.
Photo: Alain Class Motor
One-off colour named after the country of Lebanon.
Photo: Flavio Ori
The official Ferrari yellow and still part of today’s palette.
First used on the 2020 Ferrari SF90 Spider, Giallo Montecarlo resembles the rich life of the French Riviera with a gold appearance.
One-off shade of yellow requested through Ferrari Tailor Made.
Photo: Andreas Birner
Senape is Italian for mustard, and indeed it does look a bit like mustard.
Very close to Giallo Lady Gage, Solare is a combination of yellow and cream.
Giallo Triplo Strato
Photo: Allan Erbst
Giallo Triplo Strato is a more recent shade of yellow. As it’s a triple layer paint, the sparkle in the sunlight is beautiful. It’s rumoured the colour will set you back about €10.000.
If there’s any shades missing, don’t hesitate to reach out.
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