The car sets new standards in its class thanks to its harmonious lines, modern and elegant details, and its adoption of the latest advanced technologies.
The Ferrari Roma is an all-new Ferrari sports coupe developed at the company’s factory in Maranello, Italy. The car combines beautifully crafted aesthetics with tremendous power and high flexibility, giving drivers an exceptional and enjoyable driving experience. The car also embodies the finest Italian design concepts, thus presenting a true and contemporary image of the calm and sophisticated lifestyle that characterized the city of Rome in the 1950s and 1960s, which gave the car its distinctive name, Rome.
From a design point of view, the Ferrari Roma is characterized by clear and refined lines that express high levels of symmetry and elegance. Its design is based on harmonious proportions and balanced and elegant aesthetics, drawn from the ancient Italian craftsmanship and traditions of Ferrari that are clearly evident in its mid-engine cars, notably the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso and the 250 GT that accommodates four passengers. The new car is unique in a modern design language that shows the splendor and originality of the elaborate and integrated design. The car also retains the elegant lines and sporty touches that have always distinguished all Ferrari cars.
Ferrari engineers have developed several innovative technologies to ensure the highest levels of performance for a Ferrari Roma car, while maintaining the purity and originality of design within its class. This includes the innovative design of the movable rear spoiler, which seamlessly and elegantly integrates with the rear glass; It is designed in a way that, when folded, it preserves the elegant, modern details of the car, and guarantees the downforce required to enjoy the car’s exceptional performance, especially with the possibility of automatically deploying it while driving at high speeds.
The car was equipped with an eight-cylinder engine (V8620 horsepower at 7,500 rpm, making it the most powerful in its class. This engine is part of the Ferrari family of engines that have won the ‘International Engine of the Year’ award for four years in a row. This engine features a ‘variable acceleration management’ system that ensures instant response when torque is adjusted according to speed. Thanks to the use of gasoline particulate filters, the Ferrari Roma received a precise focus on enhancing the imposing sound of the exhaust system, which has been completely redesigned, with the removal of mufflers and the introduction of new bypass valves.
The car is also provided with a new integrated eight-speed gearbox with dual clutch (DCT)It is 6 kg lighter than its 7-speed predecessor. In addition to reducing fuel consumption and emissions, the gearbox enables smooth and flexible switching between gears, ensuring high vehicle response on open roads, as well as providing a comfortable and highly efficient driving experience while driving on city streets and during the car’s off and on modes.
The Ferrari Roma chassis is based on modular design technology that Ferrari has developed specifically for its new generation models. Both the chassis and the chassis have been redesigned to adopt the latest advanced production technologies and innovative weight reduction features, knowing that 70% of the vehicle’s components are brand new. Moreover, this mid-engine car has an ideal coupe cabin that seats more than two passengers (+2) and has the best weight / power ratio in its class (2.37 kg / steam hp).
On the other hand, Ferrari Roma is equipped with the latest advanced driving dynamics systems from Ferrari, most notably the side slip angle control system (version 6.0) that is used for the first time in a Ferrari sports model, in addition to the electronic control switch. The five-mode Manitino steering system and Ferrari Dynamic Improvement System that controls yaw angle by hydraulically adjusting brake pressure in the brake pads, to improve performance and control.
When designing the exterior of the Ferrari Roma car, the Ferrari Design Center adopted an approach that focused primarily on highlighting clear details and achieving absolute harmony between its various elements according to proportions and proportions that are consistent and elegant. The car is adorned with extremely elegant long lines that flow from the front bonnet to the rear, reflecting the full aesthetic of the wings and the curved roof end of the compact cockpit. With the aim of accentuating the subtle aesthetic touches, the designers made sure to remove all unnecessary details. For example, the front of the car is distinguished by a unique dynamic grille located within a homogeneous surface and features parts that open automatically when necessary, which represents a completely new concept in the design of the front grille from ‘Ferrari’. The Adaptive Headlights (LED) With a horizontal line of light that blends in harmoniously with the undercarriage, giving a feeling of charm and elegance to the entire surroundings of the car. The wraparound rear glass incorporates an active antenna to preserve the purity of the glass, while the dual-backlit package features a jewel-like design that complements the aesthetic details of the rear section design.
As for the cockpit of the Ferrari F196, the designers of the Ferrari Design Center were keen to adopt an entirely new practical design, aiming to create two separate cells for the driver and the passenger, which reflects a remarkable development of the concept of the double cockpit that is identical to all cabin components. Instead of the dashboard as was the case in previous versions. The interior design draws its splendor from the redesign of the interactive man-machine interface (HMI)The result of this is to achieve a qualitative development in this context. This includes the new steering wheel that is inspired by the philosophy of ‘road safety and full steering wheel control’, which enables the driver to use all the car’s touch controls, and prevents his hands from taking off the steering wheel. On the other hand, the car includes a 16-inch screen that includes a digital instrument cluster that provides the driver with all the necessary information, while the 8.4-inch vertical control screen and a new display for passengers provide a simplified and easy user experience. The new Ferrari key with Comfort Entry allows for (Comfort Access) Unlock the car by touching the button next to the new handle in the door. Moreover, the car offers a very comfortable and enjoyable driving experience on day trips and long trips, thanks to its advanced headlamps technology (Matrix LED(And ‘Ferrari Advanced Driver Assistance Systems’)ADAS), Which is available as an option, and which includes ‘Adaptive Cruise Control’.
Type 8-cylinder engine (V8) – Mounted at 90 ° – Turbo
The overall displacement is 3,855 cc
Diameter and range of motion 82 x 86.5 Mm
Maximum power output * 456 kW (620 hp) at 5,750-7500 rpm
Maximum torque * 760 Nm at 3000 5750 rpm
The maximum rotation speed of the engine is 7,500 rpm
Compression ratio is 9.45: 1
Dimensions and weight
The length is 4,656 mm
The width is 1974 mm
The height is 1301 mm
The wheelbase is 2670 mm
Front wheel spacing is 1652 mm
Rear wheel spacing is 1679 mm
Curb Weight ** 1570 kg
Dry weight of the vehicle ** 1472 kg
Dry weight / power: 2.37 kg / steam hp
The capacity of the box is 272/345 liters
The fuel tank capacity is 80 liters
Front 245/35 ZR20; 8J x 20 ”
Background 315/35 ZR 20 ”11.5” J
The front is 390 mm x 34 mm
Rear 360 mm; 32 mm
Transmission and gearbox
Eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox F1
Electronic control systems: EPS, VDC, ABS with EBD, F1-TCS, E-Diff3, SSC 6.0, FDE, SCM-E Frs
0-100 km / h 3.4 seconds
0-200 km / h 9.3 seconds
The maximum speed is more than 320 km / h
Fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions
According to official figures
* With 98 octane fuel
** With optional content