2022 Ferrari Roma

Modern Interpretation of Maranello’s Two plus Two Classic Design in Dazzling Livery - Single Ownership & Handsomely Optioned

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Chassis No: ZFF98RNA0N0279111

Odometer: 1,847 Miles

Engine: 3.9 Litre V8 F154 BH Twin-Turbo DOHC

Transmission: 8-Speed Magna 8DCL900 Dual Clutch

Performance: 612 bhp @ 7,500 rpm / 560 lb-ft > 0-60 mph 3.2 sec / 199 mph

Exterior: Blu Tour de France

Interior: Cuoio Leather with Azzurro Accents & Contrast Stitching

About This Car

“Channelling the hedonistic ideology of mid-20th-century Italy comes Ferrari’s lithe new GT, the Roma, which aims to invoke the spirit of the country’s beauty and freedom. Even Maranello’s marketing material for the car reads “La Nuova Dolce Vita”, or, “The new sweet life”. The charmed era of the ’50s and ’60s was a pivotal time for both Italy and the Prancing Horse, not only economically, but stylistically: it saw the birth of the gran turismo. The Ferrari 212 Inter, 250 Europa, 250 GT Lusso and 330 GTC4 were all Pininfarina-designed GTs with perfect proportions, handsome lines and intoxicating V12 engines. Now held as some of the most desirable Ferraris in existence, these GTs of Ferrari past helped introduce Italian styling to the world, and also play muse for the retro-futuristic look of the new Roma GT”.

The Roma is powered by the award-winning Ferrari type F154 engine. It is a 3.9 litres (3,855 cc), turbocharged, 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 Nm (561 lbft) 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.

The engine is mated to the new 8-speed dual-clutch F1 transmission shared with the SF90 Stradale. This new unit translates into more acceleration in the intermediate gears with an extended tall top gear for motorway cruising. Ferrari says there is 15 percent more longitudinal pull in third gear when compared to the previous generation’s 7-speed unit. The transaxle is equipped with an electronic differential and a mechanical reverse gear which contrasts to the SF90’s electric motor reverse. This design weighs 6 kg (13 lb) less than the 7-speed unit used in the Portofino and is claimed to provide quicker and smoother shifting. Much of the weight savings is due to the dry sump design and the primary alloy oil case that is compact and wrapped tightly around the various engine components.



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Please note that the mileage may vary slightly from the time of cataloguing due to demonstration and road testing purposes.