It will soon be available as an optional color.
The fourth design of the Ferrari Cavalcade 10th anniversary series has been designed and this time it is applied to the Ferrari SF90 Spider. According to the Italian marque, the new Bianco Courmayeur color scheme has the "glacial purity of snow, combining white with flashes of blue, and converting a spectrum of emotions into a single color."
This design was preceded by a striking rendition of the 812 Competizione with an eye-catching Blu Capri tone. This was followed by an SF90 Stradale colored in a red shade called Rosso Taormina. The last car to be shown to us from the series was the highly exclusive 812 Competizione A wearing a decadent Verde Volterra that pays tribute to the old country of Italy.
With the reveal of the previous scheme, Ferrari confirmed that these shades would be available to specify for the SF90 Stradale and Spider, 296 GTB, and 812 series cars as exclusive paint options. Ferrari has not indicated when we will get to see the final edition of the group or what shade we can expect it to be. There are also no clues as to which model it will be applied to.
The Ferrari Cavalcade is an auspicious occasion for the brand as it takes to the streets of Rome for four days to celebrate over 80 years of automotive achievements. The event usually takes place in September with owners from all over the world flying their cars in to be a part of the festivities.
Unfortunately, just owning a Ferrari isn't enough to get you a spot in the exclusive event. If you wish to enter your car in the parade, you'll have to pay the brand a $30,000 participation fee and that's only if you are offered an invitation. The trip involves seeing some of Italy's most iconic sites and visiting the finest restaurants and cafes.
This is just one of the many activities that Ferrari offers to its customers. Giving its consumer base the opportunity to engage in its rich racing history, it offers a conclusive array of amateur racing events through its private Challenge series. Considering that this pastime requires a full race weekend team, the costs can be astronomical.