Ferrari News NO. 5
Okay, Ferrari has decided to take the competition by an attack, looking at the launch of their 5 novelties this year, you're sure the competition should be on the lookout. Following the introduction of the F8 Tributo, the F8 Tributo Spider, the 812 GTS, the SF90 Stradale…they come with the new Roma. This Italian car manufacturer with a new model, which they labeled as Roma, should be attracting buyers who are fascinated by sports cars with a black stallion in their emblem.
Ferrari also promises that new models will attract new customers. As mentioned above, Roma is the fifth newcomer since the beginning of the year. Ferrari plans to include up to 15 innovations in its ranks by 2020, which is a very ambitious decision.
According to Gallier, the Roma model is designed "for people who would like to drive a sports car or even a Ferrari, but are a little worried about Ferrari and sports cars". Roma, along with the SF90 Stradale - Ferrari's first serial plug-in hybrid - is a brand new offering. The SF90 Stradale, despite new technologies, is reaching out to fans of traditional Ferrari who "are looking for maximum performance without compromise," Galliera said.
Looking under the hood of the new Roma, we find a 3.9-liter V8 engine that achieves 456 kW (612 hp) and delivers 760 Nm of torque. It works with an eight-speed automatic transmission, known from the SF90 Stradale. But the curb weight of this new product is only 1,472 kilograms, and thanks to this, it can handle a sprint from zero to a hundred in 3.4 seconds. At 200 kilometers per hour, it will start in 9.3 seconds and the top speed is said to be higher than 320 kilometers per hour.
The car manufacturer is still quite buying them for detailed information. However, the price should range from 200,000 euros and the first deliveries are expected next summer.