Many consider the Ferrari Roma to be one of the most beautiful models to come from Maranello. The style harks back to Rome of the 50s and 60s, with a minimalist execution that many people love. In fact, former Ferrari design boss Frank Stephenson gave Roma a 9.5 out of 10 on his design critique video.
So when Mansory announced the aftermarket track for Roma, we were a little worried about the strange reputation of the German tuning company. And boy, it didn’t disappoint.
Mansory does exactly the same thing with Rome in terms of exterior design. Offsetting the minimalist style approach, the tuner dressed the Italian coupe with various body kits without the subtleties. This is a full convertible vehicle, with all the additional parts made of carbon fiber. The hood is also completely made of lightweight materials. Mansory described the conversion as “a very masculine look” – the complete opposite of the grand tourer’s original design.
Inside, the Mansory gives the Roma a design upgrade as well, with read leather complete with black trim. A Mansory branded steering wheel with carbon fiber shower completes the look inside the cabin.
Say what you want with design changes, but Mansory has given the Roma a healthy aftermarket power. Power is increased to 710 horsepower (529 kilowatts) and 638 pound-feet (865 Newton-meters) of torque, up nearly a hundred on both outputs. According to Mansory, performance figures as measured by the Vmax include a top speed of 206 miles per hour (332 kilometers per hour) and a sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.1 seconds.
Like what is Mansory doing here? Pricing is not announced by the tuning company but you can inquire directly via the source link below.