Ferrari raised $750,000 for ‘Save the Children’ by auctioning one of the first Roma’s in the US


The Ferrari Roma is one of Italian automaker Ferrari’s most good-looking cars that has recently been put to the greater good of raising $750,000 for Save the Children’s educational programs. Sotheby’s facilitated the sale through RM Sotheby’s Online Only Platform keeping the charitable event ‘Save the Children’ at the forefront of its agenda. Save the Children has changed the lives of over one billion children since its inception 100 years ago. And Ferrari Roma on the other hand is making waves as an exceptional mid-front-engined 2+ coupe, with an output rate at 612 brake horsepower executing both a breathtaking performance and superb comfort and can easily be used on an everyday basis. The sports car model, a mid-front-engined 2+ coupe, sells for $347,995 and had a long waiting list in the running. It finally sold for $750,000. The Roma is built to U.S. specifications and finished in Bianco Italia over a Bordeaux leather interior. This incredible Roma will be delivered to the winning bidder through the North American official Ferrari dealership of their choosing.


The proceeds will provide children with the opportunity to learn, protection from harm, and for a healthy start in life, through the centenary-old Save the Children foundation that’s done groundbreaking work not only in the United States, but also in Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America, seeking to provide children with the proper tools to fight poverty, disease, and danger.

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