interior dual cockpit theme
- It is to describe as a “2+” interior by Ferrari with a small backseat area. The dashboard features digital instrumentation and a multi-function steering wheel (both shared with the SF90 Stradale) for the driver.
- The trim piece running through the centre of the interior separates the driver and the passenger and is integrate seamlessly into the dashboard.
- A centrally-mounted 8.4-inch portrait touch screen controls most of the car’s functions.
- A third horizontal touchscreen can integrate into the dashboard on the passenger side of the cockpit.
- This display allows the passenger access to the HVAC controls along with multimedia and navigation controls.
- The passenger can also view the performance metrics of the car.
- This third touchscreen emphasizes the passenger’s role as navigator and co-pilot.
- A newly design key allows the driver to open the doors of the car by the push of a button near the flush door handles of the car
- The overall exterior is reminiscent of the racing car and the 250 GT Lusso and 250 GT 2+2 grand touring cars. The model also shares deep roots with the 612 Scaglietti
- The front of the car draws inspiration from the SF90 Stradale flagship sports car,
- while the side profile of the car is reminiscent of the 812 Superfast. Significant design features include a body coloured grille.
- flush door handles, slim LED lights at the front and rear,
- a deep chin spoiler and an active rear wing that sits flush at speeds under 100 kph.
- The Roma’s power by the award-winning Ferrari type F154 engine
- It is a 3.9 litres (3,855 cc), turbocharge, 90 degree V-8, dual overhead cam (DOHC) design.
- The Roma’s type 154BH is rated at 456 kW; 612 hp (620 PS) between 5,750 and 7,500 rpm and 761 N⋅m (561 lb⋅ft) of torque between 3,000 and 5,750 rpm.
- The forced induction air intake system uses twin parallel water cooled turbochargers and two air-to-air intercoolers.
- The dry sump lubrication system helps prevent oil starvation during high g-force operation.