The Ferrari Roma is a wonderful machine. Not only is it achingly beautiful, it’s fairly affordable by Ferrari standards. For a Ferrari. The front-engine GT coupe starts at around $222,620, a discount cheaper than the $321K 296 GTB. Plus, with 621 hp and 561 lb-ft of torque, Ferrari’s entry-level coupe isn’t exactly slow but it is a bit confined.
So, what does one do if they are Ferrari and looking to capitalize on the open surroundings its new car? Let the weather in, of course, by chopping the roof off. That’s what we’re looking at on the video below. This is likely our first look at the Ferrari Roma Spider, dropped camo and all.