The Ferrari Roma is one of the most subtle and laid-back models coming out of Maranello in terms of design and character. For owners who would like to change that, Mansory is offering a “complete conversion” kit bringing more visual drama to the Roma courtesy of a carbon-fiber bodykit, together with increased power and interior updates.
Starting with the exterior modifications, the Roma gets a more aggressive and overstyled bumper with a new mesh for the grille and additional intakes surrounded by finlets. The bonnet is also new with a naked carbon part clearly inspired by the 812 Competizione.
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On the profile, we can see prominent splitters, faux side gills with long extensions on the doors, aerodynamic mirror caps, and a new set of black-finished forged rims measuring 21 inches at the front and 22 inches at the rear. The tail is dominated by the massive diffuser featuring complex intakes, quad exhaust pipes, a central brake light, and red accents. Finally, a prominent lip spoiler which makes the LED taillights appear slimmer and a Mansory-badged part on the base of the rear windshield complete the transformation.
The bodykit is made entirely of carbon fiber, something that is evident from the pattern on the unpainted parts. Meanwhile inside, Mansory added its own logo on the steering wheel, new leather upholstery in red with black accents, plus carbon-fiber side sills with red Mansory lettering.
It is not only about the looks though as the twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 power has also been tweaked. The power and torque outputs are increased from the stock 612 hp (456 kW / 620 PS) and 760 Nm (560 lb-ft) of torque to a more healthy 700 hp (695 hp (522 kW / 710 PS) and 865 Nm (638 lb-ft). Mansory didn’t go into specifics but we guess the power bump is a result of an ECU upgrade and a new exhaust just like in the mechanically-related Ferrari Portofino. Thanks to the extra horses, the Roma accelerates from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 3.1 seconds (0.3 seconds faster than stock) and can reach a top speed of 332 km/h (206 miles), which is incrementally higher than the factory-spec model.
Mansory didn’t announce pricing on the tuning kit but the extent of modifications means it won’t come cheap. Those who prefer something more subtle for their Roma can opt for Novitec’s proposal which offers a similar amount of power with less “in your face” styling.