Ferrari Roma

Ferrari’s newest steed, the Roma, has been unveiled. Maranello’s latest mid-front-engined coupe features a supremely refined exterior that is reminiscent of its namesake. Italian styling inspires the design of the Roma, which is characterized by its clean and symbiotic forms. 

The lines and proportions are sleek and swept back. This coupe is an exercise in the minimalist design characterized by the sweeping and sleek elements that come together to create a beautiful silhouette of metal, composite, and glass that is reminiscent of the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso and 250 GT 2+2 in the 1960s. 

2020 Ferrari Roma Exterior Rear Quarter

The lines and proportions are sleek and swept back. This coupe is an exercise in the minimalist design characterized by the sweeping and sleek elements that come together to create a beautiful silhouette of metal, composite, and glass that is reminiscent of the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso and 250 GT 2+2 in the 1960s. 

2020 Ferrari Roma Interior

Ferrari has also paid attention to the interior details. The driver and front passenger are both situated in their own cell which is an evolution to the dual-cockpit concept the brand has pioneered. The steering wheel has a logical layout, and its philosophy boils down to one phrase, “Eyes on the road, hands on the wheel,” which means that all the car’s commands can be operated while the driver has both his hands on the wheel. To add to the cabin’s already luscious appeal, a large serving of technology is brought about by a 16-inch all-digital instrument cluster. Another screen laid into the cabin is the 8.4-inch vertically oriented touchscreen infotainment system. The last screen is peculiar, as it is a passenger display that allows the co-pilot to view speed and RPM among other things. 

2020 Ferrari Roma Exterior Side

A turbocharged V8 engine, which produces 611 hp, revs to a resounding 7,500 RPM, creating a symphony of sound that echos out every time the gas pedal is depressed with intent. Torque, on the other hand, is rated at 760 Nm. At the time of its release, the Roma stands as the most powerful car in its segment. Ferrari also adopts variable boost management which allows for peak performance and response. The gearbox in the Roma is an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission that is 6kg lighter than its 7-speed relative, even with the addition of one more gear. Ferrari stipulates that the unit is smoother to drive around town and faster on the open road. 

The Roma boasts a 0-100 km/h time of 3.4 seconds, and a 0-200 km/h time of 9.3 seconds. Your run-of-the-mill automobile would have reached 100 km/h by the time the Roma gets to 200 km/h. The coupe will keep climbing to a speed in excess of 320 km/h. 

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