Cheapest and the most suave Ferrari that you could ever find?
Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to the Ferrari Roma!
This one here is also widely known as the most modern Ferrari amongst automobile aficionados. Well for one, the Roma is indeed the latest trim from Ferrari that rolled out from its Maranello headquarters. But more than that, this is the only Ferrari that is kinda tech savvy.
I mean, no offence to the Ferrari fanboys or fangirls, but Ferraris were not known for cosy, outfitted interiors. Most of them had stylish, but rudimentary insides and this is probably a thing that could be extended to most mainstream supercars.
But not the Roma. Ferrari decided to do things a bit differently, other than making their car way cheaper than a million.
The start/stop button could be a bit concieving, but once you figure that, all you have to do is to press a finger under the gorgeous prancing horse on the steering wheel, you’d agree this is one among the many comforts that comes along with modern day luxury.
The dashboard consists of a flashy 16-inch screen that faces the driver and could be navigated with a touch-screen pad on the right hand side. The part where everything gets a lot cooler is, the futuristic sci-fi sound when you switch through the displays.
There’s also an optional screen for the passenger seated across the driver, for their little entertainment.
Under the hood is a 612 hp turbocharged V-8 that makes a 760 Nm of torque, almost as powerful as the Lamborghini Huracan. This beatous GT from Maranello would take only 3.4 seconds to reach 60 mph from standstill.
Probably not as serious as its brothers, but hey this is one is a way more cheaper and a way more soothing Ferrari. Apparently, the most close, Ferrari could come to a daily-drive.
Now, aren’t you guys a little curious to know how much the cheapest Ferrari would cost?
Well, the pricing starts at a 222,000 USD. And in the EU, the starting price is somewhere in the neighbourhood of a 194,000 Euros. Ostensibly, this modern day Ferrari is still incredibly expensive, yet the ‘cheapest Ferrari’!
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