This article includes colours like Azzurro Iridenscente, Blu Genziana Storico, Rosso Angelo and Turchese Dry Opaco.
What is your favourite of this list? Let us know in the comments down below!
Credits: FerrariColors (Instagram)
Recently seen on an 812 Competizione, Arcobaleno Lucido is a silver paint but with all kinds of colours mixed in. No wonder that it translates to ‘shiny rainbow’.
Credits: Ernesto Rietdijk
To our knowledge, this is the first time Azzurro Iridenscente is seen on a Ferrari. Depending on the angle, you get hues of pink, purple, blue and gold. Reportedly, this paint option costs a whopping €25.000!
Bianco Onda Marina
So far, this shade of white has only been seen on this particular Ferrari Monza SP1. Very hard to tell the difference compared to other shades of white.
Blu Genziana Storico
Credits: @luisncars (Instagram)
There’s always a fun story behind a tailor made colour. In this case, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale’s configuration is inspired by a Ferrari 335 S that was campaigned by none other than Luigi Chinetti. The blue paint is already stunning under showroom lights, so we can’t image what it looks like outside.
Credits: Nozomi Okazaki
Originally a Lamborghini colour, Bronzo Masaru has been used on a handful of Ferrari cars, including this Ferrari F12tdf. It first the front-engine Ferrari design perfectly.
Grigio Galvano is a relatively new Ferrari colour that is available through Tailor Made. Ferrari recently shared the colour on their social media pages, seen on this SF90 Spider.
The first (and only) red shade we’re going to mention here. Although we love the classic Rosso Corsa, it’s great to see so many non-red Ferraris out there. Rosso Rubino fits the Ferrari 599 GTB just perfectly, doesn’t it? Reportedly, Rosso Rubino will set you back hefty $ 40,000.
Turchese Dry Opaco
Credits: V-Max Photography
This may look like a car wrap, but it definitely is a factory paint. Turchese Dry Opaco, in combination with a livery in Bianco would just fit any car.
Credits: Soren Swift
Let’s end with a bang! Verde Volterra, similarly as Azzurro Iridenscente, changes colour depending on the angle, but it’s mainly green with some gold. Verde Volterra is part of Ferrari’s ‘Cavalcade Collection’, consisting of pre-configured specs paying tribute to the Cavalcade rally. Volterra is a town in Tuscany and explains why Ferrari themselves describe this colour as “deep greens and earthy tones”.