Key Ferrari Roma Specs

December 16th, 2019 by

Ferrari Roma in profile
Ferrari’s newest supercar is named for the capital of Italy: Rome. The Ferrari Roma is a grand tourer that’s designed to be an easy-to-drive supercar. It does not have the raw power or cutting-edge aerodynamics of the SF90 Stradale or F8 Tributo — rather, the Roma is designed to be, in the words of Flavio Manzioni, Ferrari’s senior vice president of design, “more elegant, and more simple — not characterized by a form which is affected by several technical solutions, which are necessary to reach a certain objective in terms of performance.” While the design recalls Ferraris from the 1950s and 60s, it nonetheless offers performance typical of modern Prancing Horses.

Roma Engine Specs

  • Engine: Turbocharged 3.9L V8
  • Horsepower: 611 hp @ 7,500 rpm
  • Torque: 561 lb-ft @ 5,750 rpm
  • Transmission: Eight-speed dual-clutch automatic
  • Top Speed: 199 mph
  • Acceleration: 0 – 62 mph in 3.4 seconds

The Roma’s V8 engine is a member of the family of Ferrari powertrains that have won International Engine of the Year for four consecutive years. Updates to this engine for the Roma include Variable Boost Management, new bypass valves, and the removal of silencers to allow you to revel in the throaty roar of this Prancing Horse.
Ferrari Roma from the front

Aerodynamics

While the Roma is designed for elegance over raw technical aerodynamics, the car’s clean lines and attractive curves still boast the aerodynamic efficiency that we all expect of a Prancing Horse. The star of the aerodynamic show is the mobile rear spoiler. When retracted, the spoiler accentuates the clean lines of the Roma; when it automatically deploys at high speeds, it actively increases downforce. The rear spoiler is complemented by a pair of vortex generators that create ground effect and manage the wake of the front wheels to ensure efficient load management.

Interior

The Ferrari Roma’s interior combines elegance and luxury, resulting in a car like nothing else on the roads of Indianapolis or Milwaukee. The symmetrical interior represents an evolution of the Dual Cockpit concept. Everything is designed to marry both form and function within the space, for a cabin that’s as intuitive as it is elegant. A new infotainment system and center stack layout further add to the easy functionality of the Roma.

Inquire About Buying a Ferrari Roma With Continental AutoSports Ferrari

The Ferrari Roma is an exciting new model that’s designed in part for drivers who are intimidated by supercars — but it still offers white-knuckle performance for those who wish to take advantage! Interestingly, this model is set to share its platform with the upcoming Ferrari Purosangue SUV. To inquire about purchasing a Roma of your own, contact Continental AutoSports Ferrari — we’re based in Chicagoland, but we proudly serve enthusiasts throughout the United States!

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