Ferrari Roma Aperta: the hypothesis of an open air version [RENDER]

Presented a couple of years ago, the Ferrari Roma continues to ignite the imagination of many enthusiasts and even designers. The Prancing Horse only offered the coupé version of this model, but the shape of the car inspired Evren Milano Design to propose it open air, like a convertible.   The rendering of 'Open' Rome It could be called the Ferrari Roma Aperta, like other open-air Maranello models, with the fixed roof eliminated in this stylistic exercise. As we said, however, several elements of the supercar are suitable for making it a convertible: from the elongated bonnet to the inclination of the windshield, passing through the reduced height. We will see if, in the near future, there will be the will of the Italian house to make this model also open air. For now there are no rumors about it. Never say never, though.  The 620 horsepower V8 The Ferrari Roma ( our road test here ) is powered by the 620 HP 7,500 rpm V8 engine, combined with the new 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox , introduced for the first time on the SF90 Stradale. It is able to guarantee performance at the top of the category: the Maranello house has, in fact, declared an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.4 seconds, the 0-200 in 9.3 seconds and a higher top speed. at 320 km / h .

Presented a couple of years ago, the Ferrari Roma continues to ignite the imagination of many enthusiasts and even designers. The Prancing Horse only offered the coupé version of this model, but the shape of the car inspired Evren Milano Design to propose it open air, like a convertible.

The rendering of 'Open' Rome

It could be called the Ferrari Roma Aperta, like other open-air Maranello models, with the fixed roof eliminated in this stylistic exercise. As we said, however, several elements of the supercar are suitable for making it a convertible: from the elongated bonnet to the inclination of the windshield, passing through the reduced height. We will see if, in the near future, there will be the will of the Italian house to make this model also open air. For now there are no rumors about it. Never say never, though.

The 620 horsepower V8

The Ferrari Roma ( our road test here ) is powered by the 620 HP 7,500 rpm V8 engine, combined with the new 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox , introduced for the first time on the SF90 Stradale. It is able to guarantee performance at the top of the category: the Maranello house has, in fact, declared an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.4 seconds, the 0-200 in 9.3 seconds and a higher top speed. at 320 km / h .

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