YouTube user yd222 has caught on camera a very rare orange LaFerrari as well as the yellow & black FXX K owned by Christine Sloss, the wife of Google vice-president Benjamin Sloss.

YouTube user yd222 has caught on camera a very rare orange LaFerrari as well as the yellow & black FXX K owned by Christine Sloss, the wife of Google vice-president Benjamin Sloss.

Ferrari only built 499 units of the road-going LaFerrari and chances are very few people went for such a bold color like this bright orange which makes the prancing horse stand out from the crowd even more. As you can see, it has Swiss plates and appears to have an orange trim in the engine department where we also notice several signatures, probably belonging to those who were involved in the manufacturing process. The orange hue was also applied on the brake calipers whereas the roof has received a contrasting glossy black look also applied on the rear diffuser.

As for the yellow & black FXX K, this is a track-only standalone Ferrari model rather than a race-spec version of the LaFerari and  approximately  40 units are planned for production. This particular car was acquired by Google VP Benjamin Sloss for his wife Christine Sloss and in this video we can see they put the car to good use at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium during a Corse Clienti event. It wasn't their first playtime with the FXX K as a week earlier they drove it for the first time in Italy at the Fiorano test track.

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