- F​errari Venezia.

I​ am starting to like the not so new anymore Ferrari Roma

W​hen it arrived, umm, several units of time ago, I disliked it for a few reasons.

T​he main reason were its looks, I had a couple of problems with them. Firstly, to not ignore the hippopotamus in the room, it does look very astonmartinish (yes, that's a word now). But is that a bad thing?

E​wwwww (Sorry O T)

E​wwwww (Sorry O T)

T​he Aston Martin it has the most similarities with is clearly the new Vantage, and that is, no matter what anyone tells me in what a convincing and sometimes quite rude manner, a pretty ugly car. Ferrari has slipped into the roll of a princess and turned the froggy Vantage into a prince-like Ferrari Firenze by kissing it (probably).

F​errari Napoli.

F​errari Napoli.

H​owever they did it, Ferrari transformed the Vantage's looks very well. BUT there's one detail that I immediately didn't like when I saw the Ferrari Pisa for the first time, and that's its grille. It made the car look electric and unfinished to me.

B​ut a few days ago, I woke up in the morning (and to be honest did a few other things first but that would make it sound less dramatic so we can leave that away), looked at the Bologna and all of a sudden liked it!

T​he grille suddenly made sense, it makes the looks perfect, not worse. It did take me a while to figure that out but since I did, I really like the Torino.

F​errari Genova.

F​errari Genova.

T​he rear was another problematic zone, especially the lights, but weirdly they have grown on me at the same time as the grille. So now there's only one issue left - the interior.

The F​errari Verona's interior.

The F​errari Verona's interior.

A​nd when I say issue, I really mean it, because the Ferrari Milano is obviously a car made for looking good and travelling in style and comfort rather than delivering fast lap times on a closed piece of tarmaq with corners and some marks painted on, also known as a racetrack. Still, Ferrari chose to give it the interior of a racing car, which doesn't look horrible but stops me from feeling an intensive desire for the Siena.

S​o, while Ferrari hasn't messed up the Palmero completely, like I thought in the beginning, they haven't made it as perfect as they could and should have done considering its high starting price of 194,000€, not much less than a Bentley Continental GT with possibly the nicest interior ever.

I​'d definitely take this over the Ferrari.

I​'d definitely take this over the Ferrari.

W​ith that, I think, quite good conclusion, I can now end the article and invite you to write your opinion on the Ferrari Lucca in the comment section, unless that opinion is "The Ferrari Pompeji looks like an EV and its interior sucks completely".

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