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The Ferrari Roma, the new coupé from the Maranello-based company, features timeless and sublimely refined design combined with unparalleled excitement. Its signature Italian styling offers a contemporary take on the carefree, joyous lifestyle that came to characterize the Eternal City in the 1950s and 1960s.
The Ferrari Roma speaks in an extremely modern language accompanied by an authentic and refined style. The cleanliness and absolute synthesis of its elements, its harmonious proportions and pure and elegant volumes, marry perfectly with the Ferrari mid-front-engined berlinetta tradition of which the 250 GT Berlinetta lusso and 250 GT 2+2 are the most iconic examples, and from which the car takes its inspiration.
The new Ferrari SF90 Stradale is extreme on every level. For the first time in Ferrari’s history, a V8 engine stands at the top — not only of its category, but also its range with unprecedented performance for a series-production car: 1,000 cv, a weight-to-power ratio of 1.57 kg/cv, and 390 kg of downforce at 250 km/h.
The 90° V8 turbo engine is capable of delivering 780 cv, the highest power output of any 8-cylinder in Ferrari history. An additional 220 cv is delivered by no fewer than three electric motors, one at the rear, known as the MGUK (Motor Generator Unit, Kinetic) which derives from Formula 1, located between the engine and the new 8-speed dual-clutch transmission on the rear axle, and two on the front axle. The driver simply has to select one of the four power unit modes, thanks to a sophisticated control logic that manages the flow of power between the engine, the electric motors, and the batteries.
The SF90 Spider, the Prancing Horse’s first series-production PHEV spider, sets a new benchmark in terms of performance and innovation with respect to the Ferrari range and the entire sports car sector. The car inherits its outstanding design and record-breaking performance from the SF90 Stradale, while increasing driving pleasure, thanks to the RHT retractable hard top in its latest version.
That makes the SF90 Spider the ideal car for those who demand the highest level of technology without sacrificing the versatility and thrill of open-air driving.
The F8 Tributo is the greatest expression of the two-seater berlinetta with a rear-mid engine. With its unique characteristics, the car pays homage to the most powerful Ferrari V8 engine ever. The F8 Tributo is a new benchmark in terms of performance, fun and ease of driving, making it possible for every driver to enjoy exciting performance, outstanding driving dynamics and great on-board comfort.
The engine is Ferrari’s most powerful V8 ever in a non-special series car: 720 hp and a record specific power output of 185 hp/l, which sets new limits not only for turbos, but for all engines in general.
This Ferrari spider is able to combine the qualities of the most successful 8-cylinder engine ever with the pleasure of driving in any conditions. It is based on the same unit that won the “International Engine of the Year” award for four consecutive years (2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019), as well as being recognized as the best engine of the last 20 years. An incredible achievement for an engine, and a feat unparalleled by any other engine in the history of the award.
The 812 GTS marks the triumphant return of the front-engined V12 spider to the Ferrari range.
Throughout the history of Ferrari V12 spiders, we have seen a succession of iconic models such as the 1948 166 MM, a genuine racing GT that in 1949 won the Mille Miglia and the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the two most prestigious endurance races in the world, and the 1969 365 GTS4, better known as the Daytona Spider after Ferrari’s memorable triumph at the Daytona 24 Hours in 1967.
The Ferrari Portofino M is the evolution of the Ferrari Portofino, the Prancing Horses 2+ GT spider. Having been the first new car launch in the wake of the company’s temporary closure due to the COVID-19 crisis, this car is also the symbol of (re)starting point for the Prancing Horses pursuit of innovation while fully respecting its heritage, passion, and constant search for perfection.
All of these values are reflected in the new Ferrari Portofino M where the M in its moniker standing for Modificata which, in Ferrari nomenclature, refers to cars that have undergone an evolution that has boosted their performance.
The Ferrari 296 GTB, an evolution of Ferrari’s mid-rear-engined two-seater sports berlinetta concept, represents a revolution for the Maranello-based company as it introduces the new 120° V6 engine coupled with a plug-in (PHEV) electric motor capable of delivering up to 830 cv. The car thus redefines the idea of driving fun to provide pure excitement not only when pursuing maximum performance but also during everyday driving. Ferrari’s brand new 296 GTB was designed with performance in mind. The engine structure lends itself to compactness, a low center of gravity and reduced mass, making this vehicle not only the height of luxury, but exceptional performance as well.