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Ferrari Roma super Italian sportsman in the spirit of the 'sixties'


Ferrari has unveiled its new super sports car Rome, which was inspired by the fun lifestyle that characterized the Italian capital in the 1950s and 1960s. As «cars

Ferrari has unveiled its new super sports car, Rome, whose design was inspired by the fun lifestyle that characterized the Italian capital in the 1950s and 1960s.

The Ferrari Rome belongs to the category of «Grand Tour» or what is known as «tourist cars equipped with a seat for two passengers», with clear lines and elaborate high levels of harmony and elegance, as the exterior design is based on harmonious dimensions and balanced aesthetic details, derived from craftsmanship Italian tradition and the tradition of «Ferrari», which is clearly reflected in its mid-engine cars, especially the models «250 GT Berlinetta Lusso», and «250 GT». Rome is unique in design language that demonstrates the authenticity of the Ferrari models, coupled with the car's innovative technologies for optimum performance. It is designed in such a way that it retains the modern details of the vehicle on the one hand, and ensures that the traction forces required to enjoy the exceptional performance of the car on the other hand, especially with the possibility of deployment automatically while driving at high speeds.

In the same vein, the designers of the "Ferrari Design Center" was keen to adopt a completely new practical design of the components of the cabin, emerging with the creation of two separate cells for both the driver and passenger. This reflects the remarkable development of the concept of the double cockpit, which fits with the entire components of the cabin, which replaces the single dashboard found in the current models. In addition to the center screen of the control systems of the car that comes with a 16-inch.

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