Ferrari 296 GTB Colors

September 10th, 2021 by

Ferrari 296 GTB in profile
Debuting in June 2021, the 296 GTB is a plug-in hybrid supercar that’s ushering in a new, more electrified age for Ferrari. While its specs — including its six-cylinder engine — stand out, the Ferrari 296 GTB’s colors make it an impeccably stylish choice, whether you choose traditional Ferrari red or go with any of the other stunning color choices.

When it comes to the 296 GTB’s colors, there are plenty of options — just take a look.

Ferrari 296 GTB Exterior Colors

The Ferrari 296 GTB’s exterior color options include:

296 GTB Solid Colors

  • Giallo Modena
  • Rosso Scuderia
  • Rosso Corsa
  • Rosso Mugello
  • Bianco Avus
  • Nero
  • Blu Pozzi

296 GTB Metallic Colors

  • Grigio Ingrid
  • Grigio Alloy
  • Argento Nurburgring
  • Grigio Titanio Metall
  • Grigio Silverstone
  • Nero Daytona
  • Blu Abu Dhabi
  • Blu Mirabeau
  • Blu Tour De France

296 GTB Historical Colors

  • Rosso Dino
  • Rosso Fiorano
  • Avorio
  • Canna Di Fucile
  • Grigio Scuro
  • Verde British
  • Blu Scozia
  • Azzurro California
  • Blu Swaters

296 GTB Special Colors

  • Rosso Imola
  • Bianco Cervino

Ferrari 296 GTB Interior Colors

The Ferrari 296 GTB’s interior color options include:

  • Tortora
  • Charcoal
  • Carta Da Zucchero
  • Blu Medio
  • Blu Sterling
  • Nero
  • Terra Bruciata
  • Iroko
  • Cioccolato
  • Bordeaux
  • Rosso Ferrari
  • Cuoio
  • Beige Tradizione
  • Sabbia
  • Crema

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