In the world of celebrity car collections, the singer of Jamiroquai, Jay Kay, has a pretty neat little collection.

That's because from what we've seen, he brings together vintage and modern vehicles. Jay Kay also is also into interesting cars, not just the ones you find in any collector's garage.

If you were to open his garage you'd note it's not just a rich guy's collection. It's a connoisseur's collection. It's pretty hard not to fall in love with his Lamborghini Miura SV.

But, he is well known for his love for Ferrari. Not only did the cover art of his album "Traveling Without Moving" feature an homage to the Scuderia Ferrari logo, he's been the owner of some of the greats. He even wrote a song about his black and green Enzo.

Well, it appears he's adding to his prancing horse collection. He is one of the few getting a LaFerrari. Thing is though, he's decided to go a non-traditional route in terms of paint. That's because he optioned his Ferrari supercar with what we're assuming is a one-off Kermit Green paint job.

Although it looks close to what seems more at home on a Mark I 911 (997) GT3 RS, it appears to be a shade or two darker. Either way, it's bright as hell.

Hats of to Jay Kay for picking something truly unique.

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Musician and car collector Jay Kay from Jamiroquai has bought a green LaFerrari! We all know that he already owns a black Ferrari Enzo (he wrote the song “Black devil car” about his experience with the car) so we all thought that a black Ferrari LaFerrari would join his collection soon.

But far off! Yes, Jay Kay ordered a LaFerrari but it´s not finished in nero but in Kermit Green, certainly a spot on colour which not only differs from all the red LaFerraris but it is also something you won´t find in the standard Ferrari colour catalogue! The car will be present at this years Goodwood Festival of Speed...

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Jamiroquai's Jay Kay Gets His Ferrari LaFerrari In Probably The MOST Un-Ferrari Color, Ever

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