The Ferrari Roma reviewed by Mansory – Motoring News

In addition to the « soft-kit » developed for the Ferrari F8 Tributo, Mansory has opened the file for another model designed and produced in the Maranello workshops, the Ferrari Roma, to offer its owners a specific kit consequently modifying its look and performance.

The Italian manufacturer’s front mid-engine 2+2 coupe is radically modified by the installation of this kit which includes, as in the case of the F8 Tributo, several body parts made of exposed carbon fibre.

From a redesigned bumper incorporating a carbon grille, to a front bonnet also made of this material, new side skirts, a rear diffuser with LED brake light and a rear spoiler offered in two different versions (including a spoiler type “race”), this complete kit radically modifies the character of the Roma, which is also fitted here with 21 and 22-inch rims (front/rear) in gloss black finish.

Carbon fiber is also logically part of the vehicle’s cabin, which features red and black leather upholstery as a bonus, and features the Mansory logo on the flat steering wheel (also in carbon fiber) of the vehicle.

The German tuner has finally reworked the 3.9 liter biturbo V8 block of the Italian coupe, which gains in operation some 90 hp and 105 Nm, to display a power of 710 hp and 865 Nm. Work that will allow the occupants of the Roma, to offer even more extreme sensations with a top speed of 332 km / h and even more incisive accelerations (at the wheel the 0 to 100 km / h is swallowed in 3.1 seconds).

The Roma, which is entering the Mansory catalog here, joins the 812 GTS, F8XX and Portofino models presented last year by the preparer, and the F8 Tributo mentioned above. Interested customers can inquire about the price of this transformation directly from Mansory, which has not provided any information on this subject.

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