One-Off Electric Blue Ferrari F12tdf Is A Million Dollar Investment

We’ve seen Ferrari F12tdfs of all colors since the vehicle’s launch but absolutely nothing compares to this gorgeous blue example currently for sale in Elsloo, Netherlands, courtesy of Carlink International on James Edition.

The paint color of this F12tdf is dubbed Blu Elettrico and of the 799 hardcore F12s produced, this is the only one of its kind.

To ensure the paint color dominates the exterior of the supercar, the owner has opted for subtle silver wheels and brake calipers while ticking every carbon fiber options box imaginable. That means the car has carbon trimmings on the front bumper, side skirts, air vents, rear fascia and diffuser. Even the carbon engine cover has the signatures of Maurizio Arrivabene, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.

Stepping inside the cabin reveals a beautifully restrained cockpit free of any unnecessary ‘look-at-me’ components. In fact, beyond the orange of the seat belt buckle and a handful of red buttons, there isn’t a hint of color inside. Instead, there is simply black leather and alcantara joined by white stitching.

The car has a mere 2,175 miles (3,500 km) on the clock and an asking price of 781,500 euros, just short of $950,000 in the U.S. It’s expensive but that’s the price you pay for exclusivity.

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  • Six_Tymes

    wow, that blue really is gorgeous. Is that Blu Elettrico available for new Ferrari’s I wonder?

    • Bo Hanan

      Darker colors help hide some of the gaudy design touches. And what does the “d” in tdf stand for?

      • Michelin

        TDF is “Tour De France” a classic car competition around France tracks.

  • nastinupe

    The title of the story made me think that this Ferrari was actually an “electric” Ferrari.

    • Six_Tymes

      probably intended

    • Matt Johnson

      No, this Ferrari isn’t electric.

  • p00pman

    That seriously seems pretty cheap for what eventually will be at least a 15 million dollar auction car.
    and you get to look at it for those 20 years or so!

  • fabri99

    Absolutely majestic. What happen to electric blue though? It’s a fantastic colour and it used to be so popular ten years ago… bring it back!

  • Blade t

    Looks great….

  • Cool
    What was the base price for TDF ???
    and what was the price for this custom taylor made TDF ?

  • Bash

    Hurts me to say it, but its a lovely piece of furniture.

    • Michelin

      And what a kind of luxury furniture !!!!

  • Tumbi Mtika

    But…Why?

    If it’s the paint then, fair enough(I guess…).

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