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Unlike most Ferraris, the Roma runs on a brand new powertrain consisting of a front-mid-engined 4.0L Turbocharged V8 engine producing 620PS of power and 760Nm of torque and while mated to a new 8-speed DCT as seen on the SF90, it can go from 0-100kph in three and a half seconds and onwards to over 320kph.
I don’t know where you got this information, but the Roma has the same basic engine that’s been in the entry-level Ferraris since 2014.Ferrari’s model line-up can be separated into distinct parts these days. First there are the halo cars (288 GTO-LaFerrari), then the Super GTs (Daytona-812), then the 4-seaters (250 GT/E-Purosangue), then the mid-engine sports cars (250 GT-296) and finally the entry-level models (Dino-Portofino). However, the Roma is its first entry-level front-engine coupe and man is it a pretty one.