Ferrari took the covers off the relatively controversial Roma in 2019 positioning the two-doorway coupe as an entry-degree grand tourer-type supercar for a far more discerning each day driver.
Now Mansory has stepped in to merge its entire world with the ‘relaxed’ Ferrari for something instead wild.
The ‘Soft Kit’ features a myriad of carbon fibre parts these types of as a new carbon fibre entrance hood, a redesigned entrance close with carbon canards, sides with outstanding facet skirts and carbon slats in the fenders and doors.
There are also new wing mirrors, a completely revised rear conclusion that comprises a new lip spoiler and a massive F1-motivated rear diffuser housing a brake mild in the center along with cannon-like quad tailpipes.
The motor vehicle has the overall performance to match its seems too as the twin-turbo 3.9-litre V8 has been upgraded to drive out 700 hp (522 kW) and 865 Nm (638 lb-ft) of torque. Mansory did not go into specifics but we guess the power bump is a outcome of an Eu up grade and a new exhaust.
Thanks to the more grunt, the Roma accelerates from to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.1 seconds (.3 seconds faster than inventory) and can arrive at a prime velocity of 332 km/h (206 mph), which is incrementally larger than the manufacturing unit-spec model.
Inside you will uncover the Mansory brand on the steering wheel, new leather upholstery in pink with black accents, as well as carbon-fibre aspect sills with purple Mansory lettering.