Powered by a 3.9-litre turbo unit, the Ferrari makes over 600 horses and 760Nm, that takes it from standstill to 100km/h in just 3.4 seconds
More than a year after the global launch of the Roma, Ferrari has finally brought it to our shores. The Prancing Horse is priced at Rs 3.61 crore (ex-showroom). This price, of course, is for the car in its stock form - all customisation options will demand an additional premium.
In typical Ferrari style, the Roma looks absolutely stunning. The smooth flowing surfaces unify with the sharp edges of the Roma to give it a bullet-like stance. The angular grille, the sleek headlamps and that beautifully swooping roofline make the Roma look sublime. The Roma shares its underpinnings with the Portofino, but at 1472kg, it is 80Kg lighter. And while it has the same 2670mm wheelbase, the Roma is shorter and narrower than its sibling.
The Roma gets a uniquely designed interior with two tubs for the driver and passenger respectively. The steering wheel is a flat-bottom piece behind which sits a massive 16-inch driver display. Taking centre stage is a 8.4-inch touchscreen that acts as a control unit for the air con as well as the infotainment. Ferrari class the Roma a 2+ seater. While the car has a second row of seating, it is only suited for luggage or kids.
Providing firepower to the Roma is a 3.9-litre V8 turbo which is paired with an 8-speed DCT - the same one that made its debut on the SF90 Stradale. This front-engine monster is capable of dismissing the naught to 100km/h in just 3.4 seconds and can record a top-speed of 320km/h.