Ferrari’s Tailor Made program is one of the largest car tuning services in the industry, and it has generated some amazing cars over the years. However, unlimited customization options mean that there is no restriction on the consumer to show their car, and this is the $ 475,000 Ferrari F8 Tributo. Ferrari Beverly Hills is a vivid example of this.
The exterior of the Ferrari is technically red, but finished in Rosso Dino, which has a yellow color similar to orange. The brake calipers are decorated in gold, so even if you think they are red or orange, they still don’t match. According to him, if we look only from the outside, the car would not be bad, to be honest.
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However, as the famous proverb says, it is often important what is inside, and this is true in the F8 Tributo. The Ferrari interior is made from a combination of Blu Sterling and Giallo (yellow) and you don’t think it’s a bad thing if you don’t have pictures of the interior to see the colors clearly. At first, it can be assumed that it is blue with a yellow seam, or vice versa, but this is not the case. Instead, the original owner of the car decided to decorate the interior with two 50/50 color divisions.
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The entire upper half of the control panel and door cards, as well as the floor are decorated in blue. The lower half of the dashboard and door cards are decorated with yellow upholstery, and the Daytona seats are also yellow with blue stripes and embroidered with a blue rider on the main pillars. No matter how you look at it, this interior does not work. Combine it all, and you’ll have a confusing color scheme, which will make you wonder why the original owner chose it in the first place.
But what do you think? 710 a.c. (720 PS / 530 kW) for the performance and theater of the twin-turbo V8, is it possible to ignore this amazing feature of this Ferrari? Let us know in the comments.
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