The Italian flair is what we saw in the Ferrari film highlighting Maranello's new supercar in the most emblematic places of the Italian capital. The look contrasts with the rather massive and usually sharp lines. Everything is fluid, refined, slender, it almost looks like a concept car. The lights are very slim and stretched, and total 4 in number.
The movable rear spoiler has been integrated into the rear window, in order to maintain the elegance of the lines when it is retracted.
The driving position has also moved away from what we are used to up till now. The cabin is split in two by the center console.
The new steering wheel features a series of multi-touch controls that allow the driver to control all elements of the car while always keeping their hands on the steering wheel.
The new optional 8.4'' HD central display, that is very intuitive and easy to use, is combined with an optional 8.8'' full HD color touch screen that displays figures and vehicle performance statuses or can still be used to choose music tracks and view the GPS info. Making the passenger a real co-pilot.
In terms of power, the Roma inherited the turbocharged V8 3.9 engine, elected International Engine of the Year 4 years in a row, developing a whopping 620 horsepower and 760 Nm of torque.
The main innovations in this version of the Ferrari V8 are new camshaft profiles, and a speed sensor that measures the rotation of the turbine and increases the maximum speed by 5000 rpm. 0 to 100 km / h is done in just 3.4 seconds, with a maximum speed announced at more than 320 km / h.
And for those who are still hesitating, the first 7 years of maintenance are free!
That's quite an offer!