Ferrari Roma finishes at British Grand Prix on Cuoio leather

A modern Ferrari with a historic paint scheme.

While most recent Ferrari models have their engines at the rear, the Italian supercar manufacturer continues to keep its humble beginnings with a lineup of front-engined examples featuring long front ends with plenty of power. The Ferrari Roma is shaping up as one of the latest additions to the brand, showcasing an all-new design packed with the latest technology and performance. The Ferrari Dancing Horses of Fort Lauderdale are excited to display the stunning 2022 Ferrari Roma as part of its extensive new, proprietary inventory of Italian supercars..

Finished at Verdi British Racing

The Roma exterior features a vibrant British Grand Prix Verdi finish, a historic paint icon that changes the look of the entire spec.. The famous dark green color takes its name from the green of the United Kingdom’s International Motor Racing. A series of yellow horse fluttering badges and shields add contrast while incorporating chrome, gloss and matte exterior components. A set of silver split ribs comes standard on the Roma, with Ferrari’s glossy black brake calipers sitting behind the lightweight wheels.

Cuoio leather interior with black highlights

Rome 2

With a sophisticated exterior, it’s only right to apply the same idea to the driver-oriented interior of the Ferrari Roma. A pair of Ferrari Daytona classic seats accentuate the gorgeous brown Roma leather and black silhouette, which flows throughout the dashboard, center console, and door inserts. The use of lightweight carbon fiber also finds its way into interior trim components, highlighting Ferrari’s craftsmanship and keen attention to detail. The Ferrari flat-top sports steering wheel in carbon fiber serves as the main control center for the Roma, with driving dynamics, media and safety controls all in the driver’s hand.

Twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 (612 hp / 561 lb-ft)

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Roma delivers front engine More than 612 horsepower and 561 pound-feet of torque are delivered to its rear wheels using Ferrari’s 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine.. The ultra-responsive eight-speed DCT transmission helps launch the Roma from 0-60 in just 3.4 seconds, taking its top speed to a staggering 199 mph. The 2022 Ferrari Roma from Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale is currently available on duPont REGISTRY.

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