I know what you are thinking, the 812 Superfast is hardly an everyday car. In fact, thinking about it I’ve never actually seen one on the road despite it being out for a short period now. The first time I saw one was at Ferrari Racing Days in Silverstone, and after that in an official Ferrari showroom, both off the road itself. It’s so rare that there are none for sale in the UK, and very few around the world. We covered one of the first sales a few months ago in an Article, and since then a few have started to trickle out to the market.
Most new Ferrari models that enter the grey market are speced in red, as that seems to be the colour that will sell the quickest. So when this car appeared on our radar speced in a highly unusual Tour De France Blue our eyes lit up! Not only is it a nice change, but in my opinion the front engine V12s look best in the darker colours.
But the unusual colour scheme doesn’t stop there, and what really stopped me in my tracks was the contrasting Bordeaux interior. It’s completely unexpected to see such a striking and bold coloured interior, but I love it! I imagine not everyone will though. It’s a personal taste and in a world where Rosso/Crema Ferraris are common, this makes an amazing alternative
This particular car has come up for sale through Auto Seredin in Germany. Here is what they have to say about it:
External Colour Blu Tour De France
Rims & Brake Callipers:
Brake Calliper In Giallo Modena
Racing Forged Rims In Matt Black
Front Wing In Carbon Fiber
Carbon Cover Under Door
Carbon Fiber Rear Diffuser
Rear Carbon Case Area
Black Ceramic Exhaust Pipe
Rear Bumper Sides In Carbon F.
Front Bumper Insert Carbon Fib
Scuderia Ferrari Shields
Front And Reversing Cameras
Adaptive Light Front
Colours & Material:
It has some nice options but missing some things that you might want, like interior carbon pack, LEDs on the steering, or passenger display. But nonetheless it certainly is a unique spec in this colour combo. And the price of this uniqueness? 428k Euros or 360k net of tax.
Enjoy the Drool.