- Roma’s curb weight (without driver) is 1570 kg.
- Based on the platform of Ferrari Portofino.
- Can goes 0-100 kmph in less than 3.4 seconds.
- Priced at ₹3.61 crore (Ex-Showroom,Delhi)
Design & Dimensions
Based on the platform of Ferrari Portofino,Roma looks stunning.Although it looks modern but the overall design language is inspired by old Ferrari 250 GTO while The front of the car draws inspiration from the Ferrari SF90.
Key exterior features include a body coloured grille, flush door handles, slim LED lights at the front and rear, and a Vortex Generator at the front.
20 inch cast aluminum wheels are standard with 20 inch forged alloy wheels as an option. The tires used on the Roma measure 285/35 ZR20s at the rear and 245/35 ZR20s at the front.
Ferrari Roma Interiors
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. It also has a five position Manetinno dial on the steering wheel allowing selection of the vehicle’s driving mode .Manettino dials are a part of some modern Ferrari cars. These adjustment dials are mounted on the steering wheel, usually just underneath the center of the wheel.
Inside, the Roma features a flat-bottomed steering wheel with a 16-inch digital instrument console. There is also an 8.4-inch vertical tablet-like touchscreen that has been placed in the centre.
The Roma comes standard with Ferrari’s F1-Trac traction control, side-slip control 6.0 technology, electronic stability control (ESC), Launch Control, and Ferrari Dynamic Enhancer. Some driver assistance systems like front and rear radar with adaptive cruise control are also available to aid during long drives.
Since Roma has a front-mid-engine therefore you get a 2 additional seat for the rear passengers.That’s why it is called a 2+2 Seater.
What’s Under The Hood ?
The Roma is powered by a 3.9 liter (3855 cc), Twin-turbocharged, 90 degree V-8 Engine which Produces 610 bhp of power@7,500 rpm and 761 N-m of torque@3,000-5,750 rpm.
It has a front-mid-engine, Rear-wheel-drive Layout. IN FMR the engine is located fully behind the front axle centerline.
The engine is mated to the New 8-speed DCT F1 transmission shared with the SF90 Stradale .Ferrari says there is 15 percent more longitudinal pull in third gear when compared to the previous generation’s 7-speed unit.
The Roma’s published top speed is 320 km/h. Performance figures include a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 3.4 seconds.
Ferrari Roma Boot Space
The Roma comes with 272 L of boot space in the trunk and additional storage space behind the two front seats. An option of foldable back seat backrests expands the storage configuration.