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Ferrari LaFerrari Color Configurator Powers Up

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There's no question that the Ferrari LaFerrari was the belle of the ball at the Geneva Motor Show with fans salivating all over the world over the new Italian supercar. Now those fans can see what the LaFerrari looks like in colors other than red with the new online color configurator.

While the online color configurator currently only shows the car in yellow, black, or red, Ferrari has already said a customer can order the new LaFerrari in any color they want. In fact, the LaFerrari can even be ordered in a two-tone paint scheme.

If you are lucky enough to be ordering a LaFerrari, it seems the color will be the only thing you'll be choosing, as it's the only available option. The car is what it is, and there are no available options--though we're sure Ferrari will tweak one of these hyper-expensive hypercars to suit any buyer's taste, for an additional fee.

The limited options list doesn't seem to be concerning buyers as Ferrari has stated it already has over a thousand requests for the new supercar. Unfortunately the Italian automaker only plans on producing 499 examples, so there are going to be quite a few hundred disappointed millionaires.

For those with short memories, the LaFerrari features a hybrid drivetrain with a V-12 engine and Ferrari's HY-KERS hybrid system. The combined output of this setup is 950 horsepower and "more than" 660 pound-feet of torque.

Click here to head over to the online color configurator.

To read all our coverage of the Ferrar LaFerrari check here.

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