It's basically a restyled Portofino minus the convertible design.
Under the hood of the newly announced Ferrari Roma sits a familiar 3.9-liter turbocharged V8 engine making 611 horsepower.
While it bears some resemblance to the convertible, its looks seem to be more similar to the SF90 Stradale supercar.
The Ferrari Roma is basically a Portofino convertible minus the drop-top capabilities, but it also dons a new style.
Ferrari says the cockpit is supposed to be a little less driver focused.
The passenger should be more of a co-pilot, according to the company, in a Roma.
The front isn't subject to a bunch of air inlets or the like. The goal was to keep the entire car pure.
I say the design is marvelous.
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