Ferrari New Rome Spider Open Model Released March 17, 2023 | Latest Car Information

Ferrari announced on March 17, 2023 (local time) the open model “Roma Spider”, a soft top of the 4-seater coupe “Roma” that adopted the front midship engine layout.

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About the new Ferrari Roma Spider

Advertised as a “modern take on the chic, pleasure-seeking Italian lifestyle of the 1950s and ’60s,” the ‘Roma Spider’ convertibleIt is the first time in 54 years since the “365 GTS4” announced in 1969 that the combination of front engine + soft top.The soft top can be lowered in 13.5 seconds at speeds up to 60km/h.Given the car’s origins in the Prancing Horse, Top offers “a wide range of personalization options, including sophisticated bespoke fabrics and contrasting stitching.”

About Ferrari New Roma Spider Exterior

You can see the LED headlights, the flush-mounted door handles and the body-coloured mesh grille. It is joined by minimalist taillights, a diffuser and a sensual rear end with a four tailpipe exhaust system. To make owners more comfortable with the roof down, the Roma Spyder is equipped with new wind deflectors integrated into the rear seat backrests. The Ferrari can be deployed at the push of a button, ensuring “outstanding interior comfort without taking up space inside the vehicle”.

About Ferrari New Roma Spider Interior

It has a digital instrument cluster and a vertically oriented 8.4-inch infotainment system. It also has wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to make navigation a little easier. If screens weren’t enough, the convertible features a narrow 8.8-inch passenger display that shows performance and navigation information, as well as climate control and entertainment settings.

About the new Ferrari Roma Spider powertrain

It comes with a twin-turbo 3.9 L (3,855 cc) V8 that develops a maximum power of 621hp (456kW / 620PS) and 560lb-ft (760Nm) of torque. Connected to an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, it accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of over 320 km/h.

The engine features a flat-plane crank and Roma Sport’s variable boost management technology that “tunes torque delivery to the gear selected.” This model has the best weight-to-power ratio in its class (he 2.5 kg/PS dry) thanks to its all-aluminum chassis. Rear sills inspired by those used on the Portofino M. This bills as a “fundamentally important structural element”, which must maintain the rigidity of the car in the event of the loss of the fixed roof.

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