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2022 Ferrari Roma by Mansory

No other tuner was able to make the Roma look this good and this aggressive

Ferrari Roma was introduced back in 2019 as a 2+2 grand tourer based on the Portofino. It was placed under the 812 Superfast and was the most affordable Ferrari at the moment. You can imagine this made the Roma a very successful supercar. But, while it can easily stand against models from Porsche or Aston Martin, the Roma is not at all a very powerful supercar. But, thanks to tuners like Mansory, this can be sorted.

What changes were made under the hood?

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Like you would have expected, it includes changes under the hood, the exterior, and the interior

From the factory, the Ferrari Roma is powered by a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8 engine that delivers 612 horsepower and 561 pound-feet of torque. This is, of course, not the most powerful iteration of the F154 engine, but it is enough for this small front-engined, 2+2 grand tourer. Or, is it?

Mansory seems to disagree. Its latest kit for the Roma offers some significant upgrades under the hood. By optimizing the series electronics and adding a powerful-sounding sports exhaust system, the tuner was able to increase the total output up to a total of 710 horsepower and 638 pound-feet of torque.

This, by the way, is not only almost 100 horsepower more than the base Roma, but it is also a little more powerful than the kit offered by Novitec which churns out 694 horsepower and 651 pound-feet of torque.

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The car rides on a new set of one-piece, ultra-light forged wheels in "YT.5" design and sized 9.5 x 21 up front and 12 x 22 in the back

With all the changes under the hood, the Roma now goes from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.1 seconds - down from 3.4 seconds, and up to a top speed of 206 mph (the base model is capable to hit a top speed of 199 mph). For the sake of comparison, the Roma by Novitec goes from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.2 seconds and up to a top speed of 202 mph.

What changes are offered for the exterior and the interior?

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Apart from the extra power under the hood, Mansory is also adding a body kit that will transform the Roma into a real mean machine. All the new elements are composed of carbon fiber finished in a perfect mix of gray and black. The body kit includes a new front apron, side skirts, a rear apron with diffuser, and a rear spoiler. The best part is a new full carbon fiber hood offered in two design variants: one that shows its carbon structure either in sections or completely visible.

Just like the other kit announced earlier for the Ferrari F8 Spider, the Roma Mansory is also offering a new set of one-piece, ultra-light forged wheels in "YT.5" design and sized 9.5 x 21 at the front and 12 x 22 at the back. They are wrapped in 255/30 ZR21 (VA) and 335/25 ZR22 (HA) tires, respectively.

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The interior has been entirely trimmed in leather and adds a newly designed sports steering wheel and aluminum pedals

For the Roma, Mansory made a few more changes to the interior, too. It added a newly designed sports steering wheel and aluminum pedals and trimmed all the interior in leather. The Mansory logo is embroidered on the seats and the floor mats, while the illuminated door sill panels add an even more elegant feel.

Alina Moore
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