Ferrari Roma: delightful $223,000 project

Perhaps the fact that the new Ferrari accelerates from zero to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds and develops a speed of 199 mph is enough to underline its magnificence. But we decided to tell you more about the model.

Let’s start with the design, which is excellent! Flavio Manzoni, the brand’s chief designer, stated at the outset of the project that the increasing complexity and manufacturability of cars has influenced their form and design in recent years. As a result, it was critical to prioritise elegance and appearance in the Roma model.

The car’s overall silhouette is mesmerizing: a long oblique hood, powerful and lush fenders, and a smoothly tapering cabin. The sides of the body are designed to resemble an aviation fuselage, and the rear lights are constructed using a new technology that minimises their size and presence. The first association is with legendary Ferrari GTs from the mid-20th century, such as the 250 GT Lusso, 275 GTB and 365 GTB / 4 “Daytona”.

And this is not a coincidence! Roma’s slogan sounds like “La Nuova Dolce Vita”, which means: “New Sweet Life”. A nod to an era when Italy’s artistic influence was pervasive on household items, furniture, fashion, architecture, cinema, and automobiles. The era during which “stile Italiano” gained international recognition!

The new Ferrari interior design reflects the same level of perfection and consideration.

An elegant salon with an unfathomable charm and a perfect balance of history and modernity.

A convenient ride-monitoring system is another plus in the model’s equipment. A three-dimensional LCD on the dashboard that the driver can adjust via capacitive touch sensors on the steering wheel, a common touchscreen on the centre console and a third touchscreen in front of the passenger

The new Ferrari interior design reflects the same level of perfection and consideration.

An elegant salon with an unfathomable charm and a perfect balance of history and modernity.

A convenient ride-monitoring system is another plus in the model’s equipment. A three-dimensional LCD on the dashboard that the driver can adjust via capacitive touch sensors on the steering wheel, a common touchscreen on the centre console and a third touchscreen in front of the passenger

The mid-engined 2+ Ferrari Roma has the best weight-to-power ratio in its segment (2.37 kg / cv), which significantly improves its handling and responsiveness.

The most critical point to remember is, of course, the issue of security. In this case, everything is also in perfect order. Key features include:

Blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic signal, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning are all available.

A Ferrari Roma is a progressive, beautifully proportioned car. The slim coupe is the latest model to emerge from the company’s headquarters in Maranello and is named after Italy’s equally impressive capital, the great city of Rome.