Video: V12-powered Ferrari Roma tracked down by its sound
A prototype supercar has been spotted near the Ferrari headquarters in Italy with what definitely sounded like a V12 engine under the hood. Check out the video by Varryx which suggests that the car is none other than the Roma coupe with a couple of modifications.
The first scene in the video provides a good look at the exterior of the car, dispersing all doubt about it being a Ferrari Roma. The only things that stand out are the hood, which appears slightly longer, and the rear end, which look bulkier. The second scene focuses on the juicy exhaust soundtrack, and it is unmistakably produced by a V12.
It is still unknown whether the alleged Roma V12 is electrified to any extent or not. The prototype has no visible stickers on it saying that it’s an EV or a hybrid. Then again, unless the company needed to test it on the Nürburgring or another such track, it was not legally required to put any EV stickers on the car.
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