Jamiroquai's Jay Kay takes delivery of a Kermit Green Ferrari LaFerrari

Jamiroquai’s lead singer Jay Kay is one of the biggest celebrity car collectors and reportedly owns around 70 cars.

His passion for cars has always been part of his music videos. Of recent music videos three of his cars appeared in the video for the song Cosmic Girl. The song Black Devil Car is a tribute to his black Ferrari Enzo.

In addition to owning a Ferrari Enzo, one-off 330 GT shooting brake by Vignale, Jay also has a passion for Porsche cars, owning a 356 Speedster, a 911 Carrera RS, and a 911 GT3 RS.

You can see his 1973 Porsche Carrera RS also throughout the music video for “White Knuckle Ride”:

Jay’s car collection continues to grow as he has recently took delivery of a very limited Ferrari LaFerrari in a rather unique Kermit Green hue, very similar to the one-off Ferrari 330 GT shooting brake by Vignale he also owns.

The green colour can be also seen inside the cabin. Jay was picking the interior colour back in 2013 with a big smile. The interior also reveals a ‘Jamiroquai’ badge on the steering wheel.

The green hue wouldn’t be our choice, but it sure looks unique compared to all the typical red, black and yellow LaFerraris we have already seen. We wouldn’t be surprised if the 950bhp hybrid Kermit Green LaFerrari makes its music video debut soon like many other cars from Jay’s collection.

Cosmic Girls showing more of his cars:

Black Devil Car – tribute to his Enzo:


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