Ferrari Roma is inherently a GT model designed with clean, elegant lines, completely different from Ferrari models imbued with the brand’s sporty DNA such as the SF90 Stradale or F8 Tributo.

Roma opens a separate path, a unique style that attracts customers who are looking for a difference from the Italian supercar brand. However, if customers want to turn the elegant Grand Tourer into a sportier one, Novitec can meet this request with a series of new tuning details for the Ferrari Roma.

Besides upgrading the exterior with a series of carbon details and custom wheels, Novitec also refined the twin-turbo V8 engine to help increase the vehicle’s output power. On the exterior, all custom details are finished with a bare carbon surface and covered with high-gloss paint. This carbon upgrade package includes details such as the front bumper trim being lengthened compared to the original, the front air vents and light trim trim being redesigned by Novitec to be more angular, and the two sides of the grille being redesigned. Pull protruding forward. Details are made of bare carbon material to help the car’s appearance look more fierce.

The car’s side tire was also replaced with newly designed details with slight differences compared to the original details. At the rear bumper, the car is also equipped with rear light surrounds, a small rear spoiler as well as the rear diffuser with small spoiler fins. In addition, the active rear spoiler was also completely replaced by Novitec into a bare carbon detail.

The detail that makes the biggest difference to the Roma is the Vossen brand’s NF10 double-spoke 5-spoke wheels. The front wheels are equipped with 21-inch wheels with 255/30 ZR 21 tires and 22-inch wheels with 315/25 ZR 22 tires at the rear. On the first Roma customized by Novitec, the brand installed a set of wheels finished in a unique glossy silver color to help the car stand out more.

In addition, customers can also choose from 72 different colors for the custom wheels on the car. Ferrari Roma is also equipped with a sports spring system that helps lower the overall height of the car by 35 mm compared to the original. The tuning company also equipped the car with a system to raise the front fork by 40 mm with just the push of a button.

Novitec also increased the capacity of the 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine from 612 horsepower to 695 horsepower, and the torque level from 760 Nm increased to 882 Nm. The tuning company installed the N-Tronic controller on the car, and refined many details such as the injection and ignition process, while also upgrading the electronic boost pressure control system and optimizing the butterfly response. station.

With tweaks from Novitec, the GT model from Italy can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and can accelerate from 0-200 km/h in 8.9 seconds. Furthermore, the car’s maximum speed has increased by 5 km/h compared to the original to 325 km/h. These upgrades can provide a more enjoyable performance experience for the driver compared to the original Roma.

Regarding the interior, customers can completely personalize and request Novitec to re-upholster the interior compartment with colors or patterns depending on personal preferences. Currently, the tuning company has not yet announced the detailed price for the tuning package, but the price certainly will not be cheap for a series of high-end carbon equipment and large custom rims.

The name “Roma”, in addition to referring to the Italian capital Rome, also means to remind of a “characteristic Italian style”. This is a contemporary reinterpretation of the carefree lifestyle of 50s and 60s Rome.” “La Nuova Dolce Vita” (roughly translated: The new good life) – The slogan that always accompanies Roma in the framework of the launch event is the example that Ferrari wants to convey about how Ferrari wants its owners to enjoy car, spend time stopping at branded shops and sipping a cup of Cappuccino, enjoying an “Italian” lifestyle.

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