Ferrari Roma is an entry-level GT car of the famous Italian brand, introduced in 2019.
Based on the Ferrari Portofino car, the GT got an abundance of retro details and was named after the Italian capital, Rome. Yet, like many other old European cities, Rome is known for its narrow cobbled streets, which is why Vespas and Fiat 500s are popular means of transportation for the people who live in them. A case that proves this is a video that appeared on the YouTube platform, which shows us a Ferrari Roma stuck in a narrow alley in Italy, between two walls.
We are not sure if this video originates from Rome, because from the title it can only be concluded that it was shot in Italy. But it can very easily come from there, and it would be appropriate if that were true, because of the poetic twist it deserves. Most supercars these days have massive widths that make them too big for most cities, so driving them through the narrow streets of Europe is pure nonsense.
The trio consisting of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have been performing these feats for years, but we must take into account the fact that they are always accompanied by a huge team of people, and that all their moves are orchestrated in advance. However, in this video, we can see that the gentleman behind the wheel is trying with all his might to free his pet on four wheels, while we do not get to see whether he’s successful in his mission.
In the end, we can say for sure that it did not go without a scratch!