White – Bianco in Italian – may not be the most popular Ferrari colour, it definitely surprised us how many shades there are.
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Photo: Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale
An ‘ivory’ shade of white and part of Ferrari’s historical colour palette.
The go-to shade of white.
Originally a Maserati colour, Bianco Birdcage is named after the iconic Maserati Tipo 61. The Tipo 61 was fitted with a space frame chassis which is reminiscent of a bird cage.
Photo: Ferrari of Austin
A newer shade of white, introduced with the GTC4Lusso range. Bianco Cervino is most likely named after Mount Cervino, a mountain in the Alps.
A pearl white named after Mount Fuji, a famous mountain in Japan.
Bianco Fuji Opaco
Photo: Sportscar Protection
The matte version of Bianco Fuji.
Requested through Tailor Made, Bianco Ilyana is a one-off colour.
Photo: Sergio Filho
A stunning shade of white which is reminiscent of pearl and named after Ferrari’s home country.
Bianco Italia Opaco
Photo: Yuki Kugai
The matte version of Bianco Italia.
A one-off colour requested by Singaporean singer/songwriter JJ Lin.
A very bright triple layer paint with a pearl effect.
Photo: Andreas Birner
The go-to shade of white before Bianco Avus was added to the regular colour palette.
Available through Tailor Made, Bianco Sanae is seen on a few Ferraris, including this 458 Speciale.
A Tailor Made shade of white.
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Written by Max Lammers.