The Ferrari Roma, a stunning new coupé from the renowned Maranello-based automaker, boasts a timeless and exquisitely refined design that delivers unparalleled exhilaration. Its quintessential Italian styling embodies a modern interpretation of the carefree and joyous lifestyle that defined the Eternal City during the 1950s and 1960s. The Ferrari Roma conveys a strikingly contemporary language, accentuated by an authentic and sophisticated style. The flawless integration of its elements, the harmonious proportions, and the pure and elegant volumes perfectly align with the Ferrari mid-front-engined berlinetta tradition. The iconic 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso and 250 GT 2+2 serve as the primary inspirations for the Roma, reflecting its distinguished heritage.
Ferrari embarks on a new chapter with the debut of its first series-production PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle), the SF90 Stradale. This groundbreaking model pushes boundaries on all fronts, delivering unparalleled performance for a series-production vehicle: 1,000 hp, a weight-to-power ratio of 1.57 kg/hp, and 390 kg of downforce at 250 km/h.
For the first time in Ferrari's history, a V8 engine reigns supreme in both its category and the entire range. The 90° V8 turbo engine produces an astonishing 780 hp, the highest output ever achieved by an 8-cylinder in Ferrari's lineage. An additional 220 hp is generated by three electric motors: one at the rear, known as the MGUK (Motor Generator Unit, Kinetic), originating from Formula 1 technology, positioned between the engine and the new 8-speed dual-clutch transmission on the rear axle; and two on the front axle.
The driver can effortlessly choose from four power unit modes, thanks to an advanced control logic system that orchestrates the distribution of power between the engine, electric motors, and batteries.
The SF90 Spider, Ferrari's first series-production PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) convertible, raises the bar for performance and innovation within both the Ferrari lineup and the entire sports car industry. Inheriting its exceptional design and groundbreaking performance from the SF90 Stradale, the SF90 Spider enhances driving pleasure with its latest-version RHT (Retractable Hard Top). This makes the SF90 Spider the perfect choice for those who desire cutting-edge technology without sacrificing the versatility and exhilaration of open-air driving.
Drawing inspiration from the F8 Tributo berlinetta, the new Ferrari F8 Spider incorporates a Retractable Hard Top (RHT) into its design. Less extreme than the 488 Pista Spider yet sportier than the 488 Spider, the F8 Spider sets a new standard for open-air super-sports vehicles, offering remarkable performance, exceptional handling, and an incredibly enjoyable driving experience.
The F8 Spider expertly blends the attributes of the most successful 8-cylinder engine in history with the joy of driving in any conditions. This engine has won the "International Engine of the Year" award four consecutive times (2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019) and has been hailed as the best engine of the last 20 years. This incredible accomplishment is unparalleled by any other engine in the history of the award.
The 812 GTS signifies the triumphant comeback of the front-engined V12 spider to the Ferrari lineup. Throughout Ferrari's V12 spider history, a series of iconic models have emerged, such as the 1948 166 MM, a true racing GT that claimed victory in both the Mille Miglia and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1949 – the world's two most prestigious endurance races. Another notable example is the 1969 365 GTS4, commonly referred to as the Daytona Spider, named after Ferrari's remarkable win at the Daytona 24 Hours in 1967.
The Ferrari Portofino M is the evolution of the Ferrari Portofino, the Prancing Horse's 2+ GT convertible. As the first new car launch following the company's temporary closure due to the COVID-19 crisis, this vehicle symbolizes a (re)starting point for Ferrari's relentless pursuit of innovation, while honoring its heritage, passion, and unwavering quest for perfection. All of these values are embodied in the new Ferrari Portofino M, with the "M" in its name standing for "Modificata." In Ferrari terminology, this refers to cars that have undergone an evolution, enhancing their performance.
The Ferrari 296 GTB signifies an evolution of Ferrari's mid-rear-engined two-seater sports berlinetta concept, marking a revolution for the Maranello-based company. It introduces a new 120° V6 engine combined with a plug-in (PHEV) electric motor capable of generating up to 830 hp. This car redefines driving enjoyment, delivering pure excitement not only when pursuing top performance, but also during everyday driving. Designed with performance in mind, the Ferrari 296 GTB's engine structure promotes compactness, a low center of gravity, and reduced mass. This vehicle embodies not just the pinnacle of luxury, but also exceptional performance.