The orange Ferrari F8 tribute with blue and yellow interior does not prove the meaning


Ferrari’s Taylor Made program is one of the most comprehensive car customization services in the industry, and it has built some incredibly cool vehicles over the years. However, the unlimited customization option means that there is no limit to how vaguely a customer can specify their car, and this $ 475,000 Ferrari F7 Tribute for sale in the Ferrari Beverly Hills is a prime example.

The exterior of the Ferrari ends in the Rosso Dino, which is technically red, but has enough yellow to make it look more orange. Brake calipers are made of gold, so whether you consider red or orange, they still do not match perfectly. That being said, if we just look outside, the car won’t really be that bad.

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However, as the famous proverb goes, it often counts what is inside, and this is most literally true with this F8 tribute. Ferrari’s cabin is finished with a combination of Blue Sterling and Giallo (yellow), and if you don’t have a picture of the interior to see the colors, you know it’s not bad. At first, one might assume that it is blue with yellow stitching or vice versa, but it is not at all. Instead, the original owner of the car originally decided to decorate the interior with a 50/50 split of two colors.

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The entire upper half of the dashboard and door card, as well as the floor, finished in blue. The bottom half of the dashboard and door card is greased with yellow upholstery, and the Daytona seats are also embroidered with yellow stripes and a blue-printed horse headrest. No matter how you look at it, this interior just doesn’t work. Put the whole thing together, and you get a color scheme that makes you wonder why the original owner chose it in the first place.

But what do you think? Can the odd feature of this Ferrari be overlooked for its 710 hp (720 PS / 530 kW) twin-turbo V8 performance and theater? Let us know in the comments.

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