DMC’s Ferrari Roma is a 708 hp Italian delight

DMC's Ferrari Roma is a 708 hp Italian delight


The Ferrari Roma is the company’s front-engined access GT Prancing horse. Along with an inner care, a curious comfort access key and a powerful engine, the Italian sports car sports a retro-inspired exterior look that DMC has been subtly spiced. In addition, DMC’s Ferrari Roma has interesting mechanical improvements.

The Ferrari Roma pays tribute to vibrant city life which gave it its name in the ’50s and’ 60s. In addition, if we look closely at its lines, we will quickly discover that the model also follows the design pattern of Ferrari models of that time, such as the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso or the 250 GT 2 + 2.

DMC's Ferrari Roma is a 708 hp Italian delight

Under the hood, where the Ferrari Roma receives an updated version of the already known 3.9-liter biturbo V8 block of Ferrari, which generates 620 hp power (456 kW) and 760 Nm of torque between 3,000 and 5,750 rpm. Maximum power is reached at 7,500 rpm and is transmitted to the wheels via an eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox.

More attractive for DMC’s Ferrari Roma

Aesthetically, DMC’s Ferrari Roma sports a carbon fiber body pack bare with a matte or high-gloss coating. Features a redesigned front apron with a more prominent splitter. The Roma also benefits from more aerodynamic side skirts with a fin at the rear, close to the wheel well.

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More attractive for DMC's Ferrari Roma

At the rear, the diffuser and a spoiler on the boot lid are the protagonists. They put the icing on the cake forged wheels from Pur Wheels. They are offered in 21 and 22-inch sizes (front and rear axle, respectively). They have a five twin-spoke design with a black finish. A 35mm height reduction completes the vehicle setup.

Notable extra power

The most interesting are the improvements in the little heart of the beast. The specialist has managed to extract a total of 88 hp and 128 Nm of additional torque to bring the total figure to nothing less than 708 hp (521 kW) and 888 Nm of maximum torque. Adjustments have been made to engine management, injection, ignition and electronic boost pressure control.

Thanks to the improvements, DMC’s Ferrari Roma is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.2 seconds and from 0 to 200 km / h in 8.9 seconds. The maximum speed exceeds 325 km / h. From the factory, this Ferrari needs 3.4 seconds to reach 100 km / h, 9.3 seconds to 200 km / h and reaches a peak of 320 km / h. For the interior there are upholstery in leather and Alcantara.

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