Ferrari Roma Spider To Make Its Debut Next Year
The Ferrari Roma Spider will be unveiled by Ferrari sometime in 2023. The Portofino M will be replaced as the entry-level drop-top by the new Ferrari Roma Spider.
Ferrari has started testing the Roma Spider, and according to reports, aside from the revised roofline and a slightly modified back, the convertible will resemble the coupe.
Little is anticipated to change underneath the shell, so the Roma Spider will continue to use the same 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with 620 horsepower and an 8-speed dual-clutch automated transmission.
However, due to the weight of the folding roof mechanism and increased chassis bracing, the Spider’s performance and handling will be slightly diminished in comparison to the coupé. This is necessary to make up for the stiffness loss seen in convertibles.
If Maranello chooses a folding hard top (instead of very lightweight fabric), as the Portofino and California did before it, the weight penalty might be particularly evident. Although the updated Portofino M was a major upgrade, the Portofino was still of the less dynamically advanced Ferraris in recent memory.
Even if the Ferrari Roma Spider won’t be unveiled for some time, the Purosangue, the company’s first SUV, will, on September 13, 2022.
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