Ferrari Roma Review Highlights

October 29th, 2021 by
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The Roma is a statement: an impeccably designed supercar that pays homage to Ferrari grand tourers of the past while offering thoroughly modern performance on the road and the track. It’s one of the most attractive vehicles to hit the market in recent memory, it has the specifications to keep up on the track, and it’s supremely comfortable — what more could you want? Clearly the critics writing Ferrari Roma reviews agree that this GT is a massive success — just take a look at what they’re saying. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Car and Driver’s Ferrari Roma Review Car…

Ferrari Roma Colors

October 22nd, 2021 by
Ferrari Roma in profile

Designed by Flavio Manzoni and Ferrari Centro Stile, the Roma is a grand tourer with an impeccable design, but there’s also plenty of room for customization. Enter the Ferrari Roma’s color options, which include an array of exterior and interior shades to match your preferences alongside other options like an interior and exterior carbon fiber upgrades. Not all Ferraris are red, and these stunning Roma colors speak to that! View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Ferrari Roma Exterior Colors The Ferrari Roma’s exterior color options include: Roma Solid Colors Giallo Modena Rosso Scuderia Rosso Corsa Rosso Mugello Bianco Avus Nero Blu…

The Ferrari Roma’s Engine is a Marvel

September 30th, 2021 by
Ferrari Roma engine

The Ferrari Roma is all about La Nuova Dolce Vita, or “the new sweet life,” and that’s obvious when you get inside of the car. What’s under the hood is also impressive: the Ferrari Roma’s engine is a piece of automotive art, and that goes beyond its impressive specifications. The ability to reach 199 mph is wonderful in such a comfortable grand tourer, but it’s only possible because of impeccable engineering — something that this front-engine, rear-wheel-drive supercar boasts in spades. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Ferrari Roma Engine Details The Roma is powered by a turbocharged 3.9L V8 engine…

Ferrari 296 GTB Interior Highlights

September 24th, 2021 by
Ferrari 206 GTB steering wheel and dashboard

A stunning plug-in hybrid, the 296 GTB is ushering in the age of the increasingly electrified supercar. Being a Prancing Horse, this model is no slouch in terms of performance, but it’s also extremely comfortable. In fact, the Ferrari 296 GTB’s interior is designed to help you make the most of your time behind the wheel with its driver-focused, feature-rich cockpit. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Ferrari 296 Dimensions and Weight Wheelbase: 102.4 in (2,600 mm) Length: 179.7 in (4,565 mm) Width: 77.1 in (1,958 mm) Height: 46.7 in (1,187 mm) Kerb Weight: 3,241 lb (1,470 kg) Weight Distribution: 40.5%…

How Fast Can a Ferrari Go?

September 12th, 2021 by
Ferrari 488 Spider

Even when you’re not pushing the limit, driving a Ferrari is a unique and thrilling experience, whether you’re sticking to the streets of Chicago or blazing down the highways between Indianapolis and Milwaukee. It goes without saying that reaching a Ferrari’s top speed is incredible on the track — but check out the list below to see just how fast you can go in a Ferrari. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Ferrari Top Speed by Model Ferrari 296 GTB Top Speed: 205 mph Ferrari 360 Modena Top Speed: 183 mph Ferrari 360 Spider Top Speed: 180 mph Ferrari 360 Challenge…

Ferrari 296 GTB Colors

September 10th, 2021 by
Ferrari 296 GTB in profile

Debuting in June 2021, the 296 GTB is a plug-in hybrid supercar that’s ushering in a new, more electrified age for Ferrari. While its specs — including its six-cylinder engine — stand out, the Ferrari 296 GTB’s colors make it an impeccably stylish choice, whether you choose traditional Ferrari red or go with any of the other stunning color choices. When it comes to the 296 GTB’s colors, there are plenty of options — just take a look. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Ferrari 296 GTB Exterior Colors The Ferrari 296 GTB’s exterior color options include: 296 GTB Solid Colors…

What is the Ferrari Purosangue?

August 27th, 2021 by
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The 2022 Ferrari Purosangue will be the first SUV Ferrari produces — but it’s much more than a simple SUV. This is a vehicle that promises to unite the world-class driving experience of the Prancing Horse with a practical, utility-forward design meant to be as useful on daily drives around Chicago as it is impressive on the track. Expected to use a front-mid-engined design, the Purosangue is poised to be like nothing else on the market. Ferrari Inventory Contact Us What is an FUV? FUV stands for “Ferrari Utility Vehicle.” This is a recognition that the Purosangue is much more…

Ferrari 296 GTB Assetto Fiorano Package

August 20th, 2021 by
Ferrari 296 GTB Assetto Fiorano package

The new Ferrari 296 is proof that a six-cylinder plug-in hybrid powertrain isn’t out of place in a world-class supercar — but what if we told you it can push the envelope even further? Enter the Ferrari 296 GTB Assetto Fiorano package, which reduces the car’s weight, includes special tires, implements additional aerodynamic enhancements, and even adds special livery to the mix. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Reduced Weight The twin-turbo V6 engine and accompanying electric motors offer plenty of power, but dropping the weight of the car helps you make the most of it. The Assetto Fiorano package drops…

Ferrari 296 GTB Specs

August 13th, 2021 by
Ferrari 296 GTB in profile

Unveiled in June 2021, the Ferrari 296 GTB is a new plug-in hybrid supercar, and the latest model that speaks to Ferrari’s increasingly electrified future. Most notably, this vehicle is a rarity from the Prancing Horse in that it features a six-cylinder engine — in fact, Maranello has gone so far as to declare that the 296 GTB is the first “real Ferrari with six cylinders.” It may seem strange, but when you take a closer look, it becomes clear that the Ferrari 296 GTB’s specs are impressive. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Ferrari 296 GTB Engine Specifications and Output…

What is a Manettino Dial and What Does It Do?

July 1st, 2021 by
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A manettino dial is a rotary switch on certain Ferrari vehicles that enables quick adjustment of the car’s suspension, traction control, electronic differential, and electronic gearbox to suit a variety of different driving conditions.  In Italian, the word manettino means “little lever” or “little switch,” and this little lever produces big results behind the wheel. Each of the Ferrari driving modes enabled by the Manettino provides a different driving experience, engaging and utilizing different components of the powertrain to quickly adapt to changing conditions on the road or track. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us What is the Ferrari Manettino? The…

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