Ferrari Roma Spider convertible makes debut

Ferrari has unveiled a convertible ‘Spider’ variant of its 2+2 Roma coupé that the Italian model calls “a present-day just take on the enjoyment-seeking Italian life style of the 1950s and 60s.”

The convertible’s Maranello-dependent company has confirmed that the Roma Spider is only a gentle-leading variation of the Roma coupé that initial arrived on United kingdom roadways in 2020. It has the identical proportions, and is run by the similar 620hp twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine, paired with an 8-velocity automated gearbox.

In spite of the extra weight of the tender-top rated roof mechanism, which weighs an added 84kg, the Spider can reportedly accelerate at the exact tempo as its coupé counterpart. The convertible can full a -62mph sprint in 3.4 seconds, with a major pace of 199mph.

The electronically-managed fabric roof can fold in all over 14 seconds, and opening the tailgate lid reveals 255 litres of boot room. Ferrari adds that its engineers paid particular awareness to street sound when creating the roof – its five-layer cloth composition developed to be certain a tranquil driving working experience at higher speeds.

Stepping inside, the Roma Spider comes with a eight-inch portrait-oriented infotainment show in the centre of the dashboard, with even more multimedia controls mounted on the passenger facet. The motor start button is now also illuminated in pink.

Ferrari is nonetheless to announce the convertible’s pricing, or when it will develop into accessible to order in the United kingdom for that make any difference. Far more facts will follow in the coming months.

The Ferrari Roma at the moment retains an Specialist Rating of 87%, and has been commonly praised by the motoring media for its really serious pace and acceleration, as effectively as its prolonged-distance convenience.

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