Ferrari Roma India Price Revealed

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Ferrari Roma India price revealed — ₹3.61 crore, ex-showroom, before options. The Roma gets Ferrari’s new design language and the sports car gets a 2+2 seating configuration, while it gets a front-engine rear-wheel-drive layout. The new Ferrari Roma was first unveiled in 2019, and the car can be booked at a Ferrari dealership in Mumbai or Delhi. 

Unlike the Ferrari F12 or the LaFerrari, the Roma does not sport large air vents on its body or spoilers to help aid with downforce, but rather gets a long bonnet and a short boot, more like a GT car. Ferrari claims that the Roma’s design inspiration was taken from the 250 GT Lusso and the GTE 2+2.

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The quad exhaust pipes and an electronic spoiler built into the tailgate give the Roma a sleek profile

The Roma features slim LED headlights up front with integrated DRLs and towards the rear, the tail lamps neatly go with the design of the car. The quad exhaust pipes and an electronic spoiler built into the tailgate give the Roma a sleek profile, be it from any angle. Although red is the trademark Ferrari colour, the carmaker itself has admitted that the Roma looks better in a shade other than red. 

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The curved dashboard houses an 8.4-inch infotainment system

Inside, while Ferrari claims that the Roma is a 2+2, the rear seats suit only children. The curved dashboard houses an 8.4-inch tablet-styled infotainment system and a 16.0-inch digital instrument cluster, while the new steering wheel gets touch capacitive buttons. 

Powering the Ferrari Roma is the familiar 3.9-litre twin turbo V8 that is found under the hood of other Ferraris. The engine is tuned to produce 620 bhp and 760 Nm of torque with the help of an 8-speed dual clutch transmission that made its first appearance in the SF90 Stradale. Ferrari claims that the Roma can accelerate from naught to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds and go on to reach a top speed of 320 km/h.

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