2020 Ferrari Roma - interior Exterior and Drive (Gorgeous)

Review, Pricing, Features and Specs


Bellissimo! Magnifico! Stupendo! All of these exclamatory Italian adjectives apply to the positively beautiful Ferrari Roma. The shapely coupe is the latest model to come out of the company's Maranello headquarters and named after the country's capital—Rome. While its sheetmetal recalls Ferraris from the 50s and 60s, the grand tourer also hides serious performance hardware and cutting-edge technology. A 611-hp turbocharged V-8 is at its heart and specifically tuned to make beautiful music. Likewise, its lightweight components and myriad dynamic systems aim to make the Prancing Horse badge proud.
What's New for 2020?

The 2020 Roma is an all-new model set to bolster the Ferrari portfolio. This gorgeous GT takes inspiration from some of the company's most influential designs and marks a return to timeless styling.
Pricing and Which One to Buy

Roma: $225,000 (est.)

Ferrari has yet to announce an official price or release date for the Roma, but we expect it to cost more than the current Portofino and reach showrooms sometime in 2020. Of course, the starting price of any Ferrari only indicates whether you can afford to even consider one, since the personalization options and available extras can easily drive up the final bill.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance

Stuffed under the Roma's lengthy hood and mounted near the middle of the car is a turbocharged 3.8-liter V-8 that makes 611 horsepower and 561 lb-ft of torque. It pairs with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (a.k.a. DCT) that debuted on the even more exotic Ferrari SF90 Stradale. Until we can get behind the wheel of the 2020 Roma, we can only daydream about the company's acceleration and top-speed claims. These include a 3.3-second sprint to 60 mph, another six ticks to get to 124 mph, and it should top out 1 mph shy of 200. The version we first saw rolled on 20-inch wheels at all four corners and featured a slew of state-of-the-art drive modes. We won't truly know how quick and engaging the Roma is until we get behind the wheel, but if it drives as good as it looks, this could be one of the best Ferrari GT models ever.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

With a powerful engine and sporty pretensions, the Roma isn't fooling anyone that it's going to be especially fuel efficient. However, the EPA hasn't announced its estimated fuel economy and we won't know its real-world mpg until we have a chance to test it on our 200-mile highway route.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

Stitched together with leather and swathed in faux-suede, the Roma's interior looks to mix upscale materials with a unique layout. Each front-seat passenger is cocooned by a sweeping dashboard that flows into the doors and floating center console. The driver faces a giant 16-inch fully digital gauge cluster that responds to haptic controls on the Roma's button-heavy, flat-bottom steering wheel. While a pair of rear seats make it a 2+2 coupe, we'd wager that the space is a place few people will want to use. Likewise, interior cubby storage looks scarce but the cargo area should have enough room to hold a couple of carry-on suitcases.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Despite wearing the iconic Prancing Horse logo, the 2020 Roma is more of a grand tourer than a focused track star. As a result, it treats passengers with more infotainment and connectivity features than some other Ferrari models. This includes a vertically mounted 8.4-inch touchscreen as well as a separate screen for the front passenger.
Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

Exotics such as those sold by Ferrari aren't crash-tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). While driver-assistance technology is usually an afterthought on ultra-pricey sports cars, the Roma will likely have some advanced assists such as adaptive cruise control to make long trips more relaxing.
Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Owning a Ferrari is obviously much different than owning a Toyota, since you're not likely to rack up thousands of miles a year. That's why its relatively short limited and powertrain coverages are not surprising. Still, the automaker provides lengthy complimentary maintenance and offers extended warranty plans.
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