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Car Category: Exotic, Convertible, Sports Car
The Ferrari Portofino is a two-door, two-seater convertible powered by a 3.8-liter V8 engine and 560 horsepower. This rear-wheel-drive vehicle is also equipped with Ferrari’s F1 dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transmission plus manual shifting mode, F1-Trac traction and stability control system and four-wheel antilock brakes. It also has a folding hard-top and the boot space has enough room to hold an overnight bag.
Why Rent a Ferrari Portofino in Rome:
When you are ready to feel the warm sunshine on your skin and you want to feel the breeze flow through your hair, then hop behind the wheel of the Portofino. This high-powered, luxury convertible is the best way to flaunt your opulent style to the entire region. With the ability to put down the folding hard-top quickly, you’ll be on your way in no time. Head just a few blocks away from the Coliseum and you’ll find the Basilica of San Clemente from the 12th-century. You can even explore the excavations from the lower two levels and take a fabulous journey into the ancient history of this Italian city.
Car Category: Sports Car
The Ferrari GTC4Lusso is a two-door, four-seater coupe powered by a 6.3-liter V12 engine and 507 horsepower. This all-wheel-drive sports car is equipped with a seven-speed automatic transmission, double wishbone suspension, magnetic fluid-filled shock absorbers and Driver Selectable Mode. The interior offers an eight-speaker sound system, front bucket seats, lumbar support and two LCD monitors. The boot space has enough room to hold a couple of small suitcases.
Why Rent a Ferrari GTC4Lusso in Rome:
Feel the thrill of a super-fast sports car as you slide behind the wheel of your GTC4Lusso. This high-class coupe is equipped to hold four passengers so it’s easy to let your friends feel like a VIP for the day. As you embark on sightseeing, you’ll notice that others are busy looking at you. If you can ignore all the dropped jaws long enough, head to Capitoline Museums which were designed by Michelangelo. This collection of archeological and art museums can be found at Piazza del Campidoglio located on Capitoline Hill. Here you’ll find many collections of Roman statues, jewels and art.
Other Similar Luxury Cars in Rome:
There are few vehicles that compare to a high-powered Ferrari, but one to consider is the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder. This supercar convertible is powered by a 5.0-liter V10 engine and 520 horsepower. It’s enough to knock your socks off. In addition, we have the highly coveted Nissan GT-R. This four-seater sports car is equipped with a 3.8-liter V6 engine and 542 horsepower. In fact, it will take you from 0-100 km/h in just three seconds.
Places to Travel in Your Ferrari Rental
The city of Rome offers many historical and scenic sites that could easily take up a week of your time, but sometimes it’s more fun to take a lengthy drive. If you feel like putting the top down in your Ferrari Portofino and simply getting away from it all, try out this mini-tour of Italy, which could last you up to a week depending on how slow you want to take it.
You can have the genuine dolce vita experience as you travel through vineyards, dash across alpine mountain valleys and relax along the coastline of numerous lakes. If you take the scenic route from Rome to Terni, you can expect to travel about 400 km, so make sure you spend a few nights in the rural and rustic villages along the way. They offer some of the best eateries and allow you to sample culinary tastes from all of Italy.
Start off the trip in the city of Rome once you are finished touring the world-famous sites. People from everywhere come each year to experience the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and numerous other renowned locations. When you are done at the historic sites and top museums, head out to the north with your eyes set on the hills of Rieti. While here, you can taste local cuisines, all of which are based on some of the best olives from the region.
Then, you can climb up Mount Terminillo before you head over the Apennine Range located in the middle of Italy. Make a stop in Leonessa, which is a mountain town, and you can try their famous potatoes. Once you reach the valley of Amatrice, you’ll want to enjoy a few days exploring the wilderness and natural reserves. Then, take your time as you relax on a scenic drive around the picturesque Lake Campotosto. On the final stretch of your trip, you’ll head through some archeological ruins in L’Aquila before you end up in Terni. It doesn’t matter where you want to stop or what you want to see; it’s easy to do when you travel at your own pace in your high-end Ferrari rental.
When the weather is nice, put the top down and savor every minute of your Italian getaway. Set out into the sunset with a loved one as you feel the blazing performance of your exquisite sports car. You can travel where your heart leads as you explore the vast and beautiful countryside near Rome.
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