Here’s What You Get With the Most Basic, Entry Level Ferrari Coupe in Existence
When we think of a Ferrari, there are a lot of cars that might come to mind. Perhaps, ...
When we think of a Ferrari, there are a lot of cars that might come to mind. Perhaps, some are fans of the more recent gem of a car in the LaFerrari. Others might find themselves more attracted to a classic like the F50. However, when it comes to purchasing a new Ferrari, not everybody gets to start out at the top of the totem pole.
Instead, Ferrari expects clientele to start at the bottom with their entry-level cars and work their way up. It seems like not only a move to build brand equity but also to get some of the more affordable models out the door as well.
In turn, not every single person who has a Ferrari in the garage necessarily has the millions of dollars to purchase some of these top-tier models. While some of the more exclusive cars steal the spotlight, there are definitely some more common Ferraris that could find their way to your heart.
This time, we aren’t looking at the marquee. Instead, we find our way toward the bottom of the list. There’s not anything necessarily wrong with the Ferrari Roma but it is the entry-level coupe that can get somebody going in the world of Italian supercars. It almost feels kind of odd to speak about something being entry-level when the cost is about that of the average American home. However, in the world of Ferrari, I guess that just is what it is. We don’t need to sit here and explain how the brand isn’t for everyone.
By following along with the video below, we get a little bit of a taste of what it means to be an entry-level Ferrari owner in the year 2021. At the end of the day, in terms of entry-level cars, this is probably about as nice as it gets.