The Ferrari Roma is the front-engined access GT from the car company. Prancing Horse. Together with a careful interior, a curious comfort access key and a powerful engine, the Italian sports car sports a retro-inspired exterior appearance that the specialist has subtly seasoned. In addition, the Mansory’s Ferrari Roma It has interesting mechanical improvements.
The Ferrari Rome pays homage to the vibrant life of the city which gives it its name in the ’50s and ’60s. Furthermore, if we look closely at its lines, we will quickly discover that the model also follows the design pattern of the Ferrari models of that time, such as the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso or the 250 GT 2 + 2.
Under the hood, where the Ferrari Roma receives an updated version of the already well-known 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 block of Ferrari, which generates 620 hp of power (456 kW) and 760Nm of torque between 3,000 and 5,750 rpm. Maximum power is reached at 7,500 rpm and is transmitted to the wheels through an eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
But Mansorywhich is a specialist in getting extra juice out of the sportiest models on the market, presents us with a new comprehensive package that seeks to fulfill the dreams of the most demanding of mortals, adding to the sports car both aerodynamic and interior parts as well as a kit of extra power under the hood.
aggressiveness all over
In the front and side views, the image takes on a strong role. forged carbon fiber. The lightweight material is present in the splitter, hood scoops, trim above the front scoops, side skirts, rearview mirrors, side scoops, door handles, and even the bumper cover. the motor.
At the rear, the Ferrari Roma could not be less. Following the pattern of the rest of the vehicle, it includes forged carbon fiber on the taillight covers, the decklid lip spoiler and the prominent diffuser. They finish off the set height reduction of Rome to which he is the specialist has not made much reference.
A new set of forged wheels in size 21 inches at the front and 22 inches at the rear is not missing.
Inside, the changes focus on the upholstery. The great protagonist is red leather with black stitching that adorns the seats, the door panels and the dashboard. The sporty steering wheel sports the preparer’s logo; while the door sills are now carbon fiber with red Mansory lettering.
Extra power for Mansory’s Ferrari Roma
The main course of the preparation is hidden in the heart of the ‘beast’. We now find a total power of 710 hp (522 kW) and a maximum torque of 865Nm. Thanks to improvements, Mansory’s Ferrari Roma reaches 100 km/h from a standstill in just 3.1 seconds and a top speed of 332km/h.
And why so much power if I can’t show off a bit of it? From Mansory they have also thought of a solution for it and, together with the tuning of the ECU, they have also installed a new exhaust high performance stainless steel with butterfly valve.