Ferrari Enables You To Design A Special Model Called As You Imagine


The new model of the Italian car giant Ferrari had surfaced last year. Naming its new vehicle ‘Rome’, the company combined a very powerful engine with its retro and minimalist design. The company now offers users the opportunity to design Rome as they wish.

Ferrari is undoubtedly one of the leading companies in the automobile industry. The company has managed to impress users with almost every vehicle it produces. Finally, Ferrari, which has appeared with a new model, has done a great job by combining today’s technologies with a retro design.

Ferrari Roma represents Italy in the 1950s and 1960s in terms of design, as it seems to have traces of Ferrari’s ‘250 GT Berlinetta Lusso’ and ‘250 GT 2 + 2’ models. Ferrari Roma, which draws all the attention with its design, seems to be an answer to the Aston Martin DB11.

Ferrari Roma offers users different configurations:
Dazzling with its elegant design, Ferrari Roma has long been one of the best looking models of Ferrari. The Italian company allows you to customize the vehicle in terms of color, body assembly, and interior colorings with the online configuration identifier that it introduces. This application offered by Ferrari, especially during the quarantine days due to the coronavirus epidemic, offers the opportunity to look at the vehicle in more detail.

While most car manufacturers show the vehicle with a fixed background in configurations, Ferrari provides a 360-degree view on the road. 360 degree view of the luxurious interior can also be experienced. The configuration tool offers a wide range of solid, metallic, historical and custom exterior paint options. You can also add carbon parts, custom wheels, aluminum, black, blue, red or yellow brake calipers to the vehicle.

Different colors are available for Ferrari Roma:
If we talk a bit more about the features of the vehicle, there is a 612 horsepower engine under the hood of Rome. Using the 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, Rome can produce 760 Nm of torque. Ferrari’s new supercar has an 8-speed dual clutch transmission. With this setup, the vehicle reaches a speed of about 100 km / h in 3.4 seconds.


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