The Prancing Horse’s new mid-front engine 2+ coupe, the Ferrari Roma, was revealed during a dedicated event held in Rome’s historic Stadio dei Marmi.
The Ferrari Roma represents the pinnacle of performance in this category, thanks to its turbo-charged V8 from the family of engines that has won the overall International Engine of the Year award four years running. In this version, the engine reaches 620 cv at 7500 rpm and is coupled with the new 8-speed DCT gearbox that was introduced on the SF90 Stradale.
EXTRAORDINARILY FUN TO DRIVE
The Ferrari Roma’s chassis benefits from the modular technology developed by Ferrari for its new generation models. Both bodyshell and chassis have been redesigned to incorporate the latest weight reduction and advanced production technologies. In fact, 70% of its components are entirely new. The mid-front-engined 2+ Ferrari Roma has the best weight/power ratio in its segment (2.37 kg/cv) which enhances handling dynamics and responsiveness.
ELEGANT, PURE DESIGN
The approach taken by the Ferrari Styling Centre for the Ferrari Roma’s exterior centres around clean design and absolute symbiosis between its various elements with harmonious proportions and pure, elegant volumes. To underscore that formal minimalism, all superfluous detailing has been removed.
SPORT & LUXURY
The new formal approach to the interior led to the creation of two driver and passenger safety cells, an evolution of the Dual Cockpit concept. Surfaces and functions are organically distributed in the cockpit, which is defined by elements that unfold seamlessly around the concept and perception of space.
|Type||V8 – 90°|
|Overall displacement||3855 CC|
|Max. power output*||620 CV @ 5750-7500 RPM|
|Max. Speed||198 MPH|
|Max Torque||760 nm at 3000/5750 rpm|
|Dimensions and weight|
|Dry weight**||1472 kg|
|Weight distribution||% front – % rear|
|Front||275/35 ZR 20” 10” J|
|Rear||315/35 20” 11.5” J|
|0-100 km/h||3.4 s|
|0-200 km/h||9.3 s|
|Fuel consumption and emissions|
|* With 98 octane petrol|
|** With optional contents|