The Ferrari LaFerrari, like many other Ferraris, made its debut in the color red. But unlike its predecessor, the Enzo, it wasn't all red. The roof was painted black. It looked great, but in case you wondered what it would look like painted in one solid color (I know I have), now you have your answer. This one's all red, and it's for sale. You should buy it.
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This particular 2014 LaFerrari has just 130 miles on the clock, and at a dealership called Symbolic International in San Diego, California. As for the color, it's Rosso Corsa all the way around, including the roof. Personally, I think it looks kind of strange, especially compared with a normal black-roofed version. But some people aren't fans of two-tone cars, so we can understand why they'd order it this way.
If you don't like this car, there are no less then 12 (!) more LaFerraris for sale in the US, , one of which is an open-top Aperta version. If you reside outside the US, there are a further 12 examples listed for sale overseas, . That's over four percent off all LaFerraris built, if you're wondering. There's also two ultra-rare track-only FXX Ks for sale—one in the US, and one in Sweden.
So, if you're in the market for a five-year old Italian hypercar, you have a lot of cars to choose from, whether you're in the US or not. Interestingly, this red-roofed example is one of the cheaper LaFerraris out there with prices that are actually listed, so if you're into the monotone color scheme, you might as well go for it. We won't judge.