The 2024 Ferrari Roma Spider has been revealed in its new avatar in the international markets. Reportedly, the latest offering from Maranello replaces the Portofino M in Ferrari's current line-up. The reworked Roma Spider comes with a soft top, which makes it the Ferrari's first front-engined soft-top Spider since the 365 GTS4 of 1969. In addition, the 2024 Spider uses the same twin-turbocharged V8 engine as in the Roma V8 2+ coupe and offers a 225-litre boot that allows larger items to be carried. While we have all the official details pertaining to the powertrain, design, and features, the prices and launch date are still not known.
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2024 Ferrari Roma Spider: Style, Exterior
Designed by the Ferrari Styling Centre, the latest Roma Spider boasts a fabric soft top and a carbon-fibre tub that is shared with the Roma coupe. The car's roof is made up of a 5-layered custom cloth. It's light yet resilient soft top can be opened in 13.5 seconds at a maximum speed of 60km/h.
On the outside, the Spider 2+ gets a long front bonnet, a wraparound tail, two linear LED headlights, horizontal daytime running lights, and an aerodynamic diffuser at the rear that includes the fence and exhaust tailpipes. The new model is 84 kilogram heavier than the coupe.
2024 Ferrari Roma Spider: Interior & Features
The updated Roma Spider features an 8.4-inch central display set, Ferrari V8 soundtrack, rear seat backrests, digital instrument cluster, standard wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 18-way-adjustable heated seats, and much more.
Other notable elements include two cockpits, a thin 8.8-inch passenger display that offers navigation data and performance, a side slip control system, Manettino dial to change drive modes, and a traction control system.
2024 Ferrari Roma Spider: Powertrain
The 2024 Ferrari Roma Spider is powered by a 3.9-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine that churns out around 620bhp of maximum power and 760Nm of torque. The engine comes paired with an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Similar to the coupe, the latest Roma Spider can accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in 3.4 seconds and has a claimed top speed of 320km/h.
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As far as India is concerned, we have no official confirmation whether the 2024 Roma Spider will arrive in the market or not. When it arrives in the country, the new Spider 2+ is expected to hold a premium over the coupe, considering that the model gets bespoke colours and fabrics options.
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