Ferrari Roma, named after the city of Rome, is a fascinating, familiar and fresh combination, foreign media reported. A 3.9L turbocharged V8 engine with 611 horsepower and 561 pound-feet of peak torque is hidden in The Roma’s beautiful look.
According to official information, the car can complete a 100 km acceleration in 3.4 seconds.
At the same time, the 0-124 mph acceleration was a staggering 9.3 seconds. The Italian carmaker said that assuming Roman was accelerated on a straight, it would be able to reach a maximum speed of 198 mph. The V8 is understood to be equipped with an eight-speed DCT gearbox, which Ferrari has previously used in the SF90 Stradale.
Like other over-the-top manufacturers, Ferrari has come under fire for its designs in recent years, and even some enthusiasts have boldly suggested that Ferrari will come second in performance.
For some, visible engineering is part of modern charm and is closely related to overall performance. But there may be plenty of people who will soon be attracted to Roman’s more graceful curves. In fact, Ferrari says its goal is to make it a modern representative of Rome’s carefree, enjoyable lifestyle of the 1950s and 1960s.
Ferrari’s description of Roman as a “2-plus” front-facing mid-engine coupe raises the question: How many people would you like to sit in the back seat if you can. Of course, the cabin is mainly concentrated in the two main seats, the dashboard is not lack of technology. In addition to the digital instrument on the driver’s side and the touch screen on the centre console, a third display is integrated on the dashboard in front of the passenger.
Ferrari has not yet revealed the price of the sports car.