Ferrari Roma Dimensions: Interior and Exterior

September 25th, 2020 by

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The Ferrari Roma offers stunning specifications, a breathtaking design of understated elegance, and incredible interior features, but it’s also quite spacious. Indeed, it’s not enough for this Prancing Horse to be able to leap from a standstill to 62 mph in just 3.4 seconds — the Ferrari Roma’s dimensions also offer plenty of space for driver and passenger alike to be comfortable while enjoying everything this incredible Grand Tourer can do.

Ferrari Roma Interior Dimensions

  • Seats: 4
  • Cargo Space: 9.6 cubic feet
  • Doors: 2

With enough headroom, legroom, and hip room to seat 4, the Roma’s interior dimensions give it a leg up over lesser Grand Tourers by allowing more people to enjoy the thrills that it has to offer. And with enough cargo space for multiple briefcases, golf bags, or pieces of luggage, you can enjoy those thrills on the way to business as well as leisure.

Ferrari Roma interior

Ferrari Roma Exterior Dimensions

  • Wheelbase: 105.1 inches (2,670 mm)
  • Length: 183.3 inches (4,656 mm)
  • Width: 77.7 inches (1,974 mm)
  • Height: 51.2 inches (1,301 mm)

While the inside is spacious, the Roma’s exterior dimensions reflect its heart: it’s svelte and compact, bearing the demeanor of a thoroughbred performer. Not only does it look great on its own, but it even strikes a cutting figure next to competitors like the Aston Martin DB11 and Porsche 911.

Interior Options

The Roma may be surprisingly spacious and understatedly elegant, but it doesn’t skimp in terms of interior features and options. In addition to offering several color options for the sumptuous leather seating, you can also opt for a carbon interior upgrade and custom stitching. Together with an optional 8.4-inch full-color passenger display to accompany the standard 8.4-inch center touchscreen. It’s clear that the Roma offers exceptional amenities to go with its generous interior dimensions.

Get Inside the Roma With Continental AutoSports

Even supercars can be spacious and comfortable, and the Ferrari Roma’s dimensions are proof of that. Whether you live n St. Louis or Indianapolis, it’s understandable that you’d want to buy your own Ferrari, and you can start the process when you contact Continental AutoSports. The Chicago area is our home, but we can help you find the Ferrari of your dreams no matter where you live in the United States, so don’t hesitate to reach out!

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