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620 HP 2-door Ferrari Roma launched in India at INR 3.61 Crore

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Ferrari dealerships in Mumbai and Delhi have started accepting booking for the 2-door Gran Tourismo, the Ferrari Roma priced at INR 3.61 Crore ex-showroom, India. The Ferrari Roma was unveiled in late 2019 showcasing the new GT design philosophy and comes with a powerful Twin-Turbocharged V8 engine with a front-engine setup and rear-wheel drive with 2+2 seating layout in the cabin. 

On the outside, the Ferrari Roma features a low slung radiator grille with a sharp splitter on the front, wide air intakes and sleek LED headlamp units. The centre bulge on the long bonnet is pronounced giving the 2-door GT a muscular front end, rounded wheel arches and clean character lines that flow from the nose to the rear of the vehicle. The roofline gets a fastback styling, meeting the rear deck at the very end, the Roma also features sleek Quad-LED tail lamp units that reverberate with the front and separates the roofline from the rear deck. 

The Ferrari Roma also features a mobile rear spoiler that retracts into the rear screen retaining the car’s elegant design and enhances its performance by automatically deploying at high speeds. The aero wing stays flush with the rear windscreen between 0 to 100 kmph minimising the drag and improving efficiency but, automatically deploys between 100 to >300 kmph to offer medium downforce. The spoiler is also fully deployed while cornering and braking between 0 to 300 kmph providing high downforce and stability. Roma is also the first GT car to be offered with a vortex generator that sucks the car’s underside by creating negative air pressure. 

On the inside, the Ferrari Roma features the dual-cockpit concept and features a wraparound dashboard with ergonomic control positioning and with symmetrical structure and materialistic continuity. Roma features fully digital colour instruments cluster, controls mounted steering wheel, a vertically-oriented 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment head-unit and a passenger information display integrated into the passenger side dashboard fascia.

The Ferrari Roma is powered by a 3.9-litre Twin-Turbocharged V8 engine that produces 620 Hp of power and 760 Nm of torque matched to an 8-speed F1-derived DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) that can propel the Roma from a standstill to 100 kmph in 3.4 seconds and achieve a top speed of 320 kmph.