First look at new Ferrari Roma
Despite Ferrari’s design being heavily criticized in recent years, most people agree that the new Ferrari Roma is one of the best looking Ferraris in a long time. Maranello’s latest twin-turbo V8 GT appears sleek and reserved, and it is being compared to other low-key supercars such as Aston Martins or Porsches. Yes, these days you can be classy and minimal while also having 612 Horsepower, launching from 0-62mph in 3.4 seconds, and sounding like an Italian monster. This is all thanks to the sweeping elegant design of the Roma.
The Roma wears a smooth, simple exterior, but the styling is still eye-catching. There's a downward sloping nose that leads to an eggcrate-style grille. Below it, there's a prominent splitter with a mesh covering in the lower fascia. The headlights sit low on the prominent fenders, and there's a power bulge in the center of the hood.
The Roma's clean lines are especially evident in the vehicle's profile where its easiest to see the long hood and swoopy fenders. The steeply raked A-pillar leads into an arching roof and broad rear. Flush-mounted door handles keep the sides looking smooth.
The tail features a wide rear window and four oval-shaped taillights with horizontal LEDs for the lamps. The quad exhausts emerge from the diffuser.
Inside, the Roma has a fresh look for Ferrari. An angled divider runs from the top of the dashboard to between the seats, and this element combines the functions of the center stack and console. At the top of it, there's a portrait-layout infotainment screen. A series of switches control the gear selection. The driver looks through the steering wheel at an expansive digital instrument display, and passengers have a separate, smaller screen in front of them.