Image of Ferrari Roma

Ferrari Roma specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1472 kg (3245 lbs)
Introduced 2019
Origin country Italy
Views 9.9k
Submitted by fakekillerfour

Performance

0 - 100 kph3.4 s
0 - 200 kph9.3 s
Est. 1000 m20.8 s @ 275.0 kph
Est. 100 - 200 kph5.9 s
Est. 0 - 60 mph3.2 s
Est. 1/8 mile7.5 s @ 110.6 mph
Est. 1/4 mile11.2 s @ 136.1 mph
Est. 1/2 mile17.9 s @ 163.4 mph
Est. 1 mile28.8 s @ 182.1 mph
Top speed320 kph (199 mph)
Est. max acceleration0.89 g (9 m/s²)
Ferrari Roma acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type V8 Twin Turbo
Displacement 3.9 l (235 ci / 3855 cc)
Power 620 ps (612 bhp / 456 kw) @ 5750 rpm
Torque 760 Nm (561 lb-ft) @ 3000 rpm
Power / liter 161 ps (159 hp)
Power / weight 421 ps (415 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 516 Nm (381 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 8 speed dual clutch automatic
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive
User avatar
User avatar

kyurtseven7  3w ago

 

7:19:403


User avatar

TypeF173  1m ago

James May goes to Italy to see the Ferrari factory and apparently drives the Ferrari Roma! Lucky b@sket!

 


User avatar

TypeF173  4m ago

I mean, I've not heard ANYTHING about this project before, the V12 Ferrari Roma?😲

Nice to be surprised once in awhile!

 

I'd expect it's more likely just a developmental or experimental exercise than any serious attempt at a new variant but only time will tell. Ferrari continually surprises.

Anyway, I'll look at it later.


User avatar

hostboy  5m ago

Contrary to whatever Ferrari stated, the Roma is not achieving a 9.3s sprint from 0-200km/h anytime soon. The MC20 does 0-200 in 9.6 (falling short of its 8.8 claim). Such timing is possible only in a press/ringer car.

Using the 458 Italia (10.4) and the 599 GTB Fiorano (11.0) as benchmarks, the Roma should complete the 0-200 sprint in 10.7s.

In terms of road course performance (cornering abilities), the Roma is positioned closer to the V8 Vantage than to the V12 Vantage, and for good reason! It's more posh-GT than outright-supercar!



User avatar

Freakz  6m ago

Ferrari Roma v Bentley GT Speed v Aston Martin DBS Drag Race:

 


User avatar

TypeF173  7m ago

Ferrari Roma 0-60MPH and 1/4 mile times. But definitely NOT DESTROYER metrics! But for the conditions, actually that not bad.


User avatar

TypeF173  7m ago

The ENGLISH via Carwow FINALLY test the Ferrari Roma!

 


User avatar

TypeF173  8m ago

 


User avatar

TypeF173  10m ago

Auto Motor und Sport did a TEST with the Ferrari Roma vs Porsche 992 Turbo S and McLaren GT! Except, there's no bloody numbers for the Ferrari and the ones for the Porsche and Mclaren (0-300km/h) look slower than usual from memory.

God dammit!

https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/test/ferrari-roma-mclaren-gt-porsche-911-turbo-s/technische-daten/

For what it's worth.


User avatar

TypeF173  11m ago

 


User avatar

TypeF173  11m ago

On the clocks 0.25 speed high highest resolution and a quick finger plus Youtube counters! (In my experience can be 0.5 seconds out)

The speeds were either 1 or 2km/h under the full 100/200 mark.

Anyway>

0-100km/h= 3 seconds
0-200km/h= 9 seconds

100-200km/h= 6 seconds to include variances as discussed.

Interesting.


User avatar

TypeF173  1y ago

Where are Ferrari Roma tests? Have they been delivered? The Maserati is already out, been tested and delivered!


User avatar

Corvolet3  2y ago

Nice Ferrari Vantage ;)
c4819ad328e7.jpg?550x800m


User avatar

benedekpuskas  2y ago

2e4d9105e392.jpg?550x800m


User avatar

zyga  2y ago

In polish:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDeYR59yv_k


User avatar

MrTom  3y ago

First Ferrari I've seen that doesn't look good in red since the 275 longnose


User avatar

MrTom  3y ago

People are saying that it's a copy-pasted DB10, and that it basically has a McLaren V8 - there's nothing wrong with this. The McLaren GT (its closest rival) is a bloody good car, and the DB10 looks stunning.
Just because a car looks similar to another car doesn't mean it's bad (e.g. Dodge Daytona/Plymouth Superbird, Cadillac 62/Chrysler Imperial, Jaguar XF/Tesla Model S (pre-facelift), Ferrari 355/Lotus Esprit).


User avatar

Avi. L  3y ago

Ferrari... just lost themselves. The design lines are different..Now Ferrari looks more like Aston Martin, C. Corvette, Jaguar. Interior is not the same anymore and the engine....same as the McLaren V8 twin turbo. The last Ferrari a loved was the F430. That was not that powerfull....but i knew that was a ferrari. F40, F50 , 360 Modena, F430, Enzo were Ferraris....and they didn't went wrong with the LaFerrari or with the SF90....but they went wront with the other models.


User avatar

BR2+  3y ago

Interior is great, n love the tail lights, but they might as well just say the copy n pasted an Aston DB10...


User avatar

dr. cosimo  3y ago

 


User avatar

aaayy  3y ago

It's got nice proportions, and the rear end looks sleek and really nice, but the front end is kind of ugly. My favorite GT Ferrari has always been the F12TDF, and that looked nice, but it had performance to back up its looks. A 911 Turbo S is faster, probbaly handles better due to it's kinda-better weight distribution and is definitely easy to drive, though it depends on who you ask if thats a good thing.


User avatar

benedekpuskas  3y ago

The engine is from 488?


User avatar

Tommi95  3y ago

It seems like a great car but I am afraid the Mclaren gt will be slightly faster (0-100 in 3.2s and 0-200 in 9s) because it's lighter, pretty much like Mclaren 720s will probably be faster than the f8 Tributo, at least on a straight line. I hate to say it but I feel like Ferrari is playing defense and these new Mclarens are so ****ing fast. I hope the sf90 will be incredible though.


User avatar

Freakz  3y ago

0-100 km/h in 3.4 sec
0-200 km/h in 9.3 sec
Top Speed: 320 km/h

https://www.ferrari.com/en-EN/auto/ferrari-roma/share/tech-spec/tech-focus


User avatar

dr. cosimo  3y ago

 


User avatar

Tracker  3y ago

So Fiat (c)Roma with Lambo interior and AM Vantage profile...Nice!


User avatar

dr. cosimo  3y ago

:)

p2tbeagmpo6b.jpg?550x800m


User avatar

FastestLaps  3y ago

What is this? A new segment in Ferrari lineup? "Smaller" front engine GT? Will this be cheaper than entry level mid-engine Ferraris? At first I was thinking this was the new V12 coupe, but that would be weird, having the 812 Superfast come out not that long ago.


User avatar

dr. cosimo  3y ago

lzbedhzdgg7c.jpg?550x800m