By Staff Reporter
Ferrari has revealed its fifth model for the year. It comes in the form of long-nosed two-seater coupe named Roma which was unveiled at a dedicated client event at Stadio Olimpico Di Roma, Italy.
The new icon of Italian design looks inspired by the latest offerings from Aston Martin’s DB series. It uses the same platform used by the Ferrari Portofino. Powering the 4,656 mm long Italian coupe is a 3.9L turbo-charged V8 engine which has won the overall international engine of the year award for four years running.
The 90-degree mid-front-engine is mated to the 8-speed DCT transmission which was first introduced in the first-ever, fully-electric SF90 Stradale.
It produces 456 kW of power and 760 N.m of torque and sprints from 0-100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds whereas 0-200 km/h can be done in 9.3 seconds. The top speed has been limited to 320 km/h.
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