Mansory transforms Ferrari Roma National Class

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Many consider the Ferrari Roma to be one of the most beautiful models to come out of Maranello. The style of the car has its roots in the fifties and sixties, with a minimalist realization of the idea. Mansory embarked on the delicate job of tuning this model, and the result did not disappoint.

The German company has made significant changes to the car’s exterior. The Italian coupe has received many new aerodynamic elements, so its appearance is no longer subtle. It is a complete conversion of the vehicle, and all new parts are made of carbon fiber, including the front body cover. Mansory describes the final look as “very muscular”, which is the opposite of the original design.

Improvements have also been made to the cabin, which is upholstered in red leather with black details. The steering wheel with the Mansory logo completes the look of the cabin.

In the end, Roma gained more power and now has 720HP and 865Nm. Top speed has been raised to 332km / h, and acceleration from 0-100km / h takes just 3.1 seconds. The price of the package has not been announced.

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