The Ferrari Roma Spider is latest entry-level drop top in Ferrari’s current line-up.
The Roma Spider replaces the Ferrari Portofino M in the brand’s global line-up.
The Roma Spider is the first Ferrari with a soft top since the Ferrari F430 Spider was retired in 2010.
The Roma Spider uses the same carbon-fibre tub as the Roma coupe, but with added rigidity measures due to the lack of a roof.
Roma Spider weighs 84kg more than the 1,570kg coupe, which is due to the addition of the roof-retraction mechanism.
The Roma Spider is Ferrari’s first front-engined soft top Spider since the 365 GTS4 of 1969.
The roof It can be opened in 13.5sec at vehicle speeds of up to 59kph. This can be raised at speeds of up to 170kph.
Inside, you will find an identical interior to the standard Roma, with an 8.4-inch central display set between two cockpit-style areas.
Ferrari Roma Spider is provided by 620hp 3.9-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine.
The new Roma Spider can sprint from 0-100kph time of 3.4sec and has a top speed of 320kph.