Because red Ferraris are too common for rich rock stars.
Owning a LaFerrari would make anyone stand out from the crowd. But a red Ferrari is far too common for rich rock stars, who often commission one-off supercars in unique colors. Jay Kay, for example, owns a lime green LaFerrari inspired by Kermit the Frog. And now Nick Floyd, the drummer of Pink Floyd, has shown off his unique LaFerrari in London. While most people who buy a LaFerrari have it finished in red, yellow, and black, Floyd ordered his in Blu Pozzi. Out of the 500 cars built, his is the only one finished in the unique shade of blue.
We're surprised nobody else chose this color, because it looks stunning. Floyd recently showed off his prancing horse at the 2018 London Concours where it attracted a lot of attention. The blue paint extends to the aerodynamic flaps below the rear diffuser and has also been applied to the brake calipers.
Completing the look is a black roof and five-spoke silver wheels with black centerlocks. Like other LaFerraris, Mason's one-off supercar is powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.3-liter V12 engine paired with an energy recovery system delivering 950 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. 0-62 mph takes less than three seconds before the Italian supercar tops out at 217 mph. The beautiful blue LaFerrari isn't the only prancing horse in Mason's stable, either. In fact, it isn't even the most expensive or exclusive car in his coveted collection. The famous drummer also owns a rare Mclaren F1 GTR (you may remember when he crashed it at Goodwood last year), and a Ferrari 250 GTO worth over $40 million.