Ferrari Australia has just revealed the domestic Ferrari Roma price and specs. Unveiled internationally last November, the entry model 2+2 coupe, which takes design inspiration from the legendary grand touring Ferraris of the 1960s, made its highly-anticipated local debut in Sydney today – with the first Aussie customer orders expected to arrive in Q1 2021.
Housing an iteration of Ferrari’s award-winning 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 engine – connected to a new eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox – the Roma generates approximately 456kW and 760Nm of torque. Showcasing a best-in-class power/weight ratio, it can blitz the 0-100 dash in just 3.4 seconds, achieving a top speed of 340km/h.
In terms of the interior, you’ll find two full-size front seats along with two smaller seats in the rear, that can be optioned to fold down (as seen above, shooting through the boot into the cabin). The latter being perfect for pets, groceries, luggage, and children (in that exact order of descending priorities).
The Ferrari Roma also features an 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system, equipped with an entire range of apps, climate control options, and so forth… but it doesn’t just stop there. Front passengers will be able to enjoy their very own touchscreen, while drivers are offered an incredible 16-inch fully-configurable digital instrument cluster.
How much will one of these bad boys set you back? Pricing in Australia starts from $409,888 – which obviously excludes all the additional niceties such as:
- Apple car play
- parking camera
- active Matrix LED headlights
- auto high-beam
- sports exhaust system
- carbon-fibre highlights
- split-folding rear seats
Available to purchase starting today, those who place their orders right now can expect to take delivery on their Ferrari Roma after an estimated period of 12 months.
Find out more over at ferrari.com, and check out our walk around below.