For the most part, brown is a color that doesn’t look good adorning the exterior of a car. However, this Ferrari Roma that recently went through the Tailor Made program shows that the right shade of brown can suit the Italian supercar very well.
The images of this particular Ferrari Roma were recently shared to Twitter and while we don’t know the official name of the color, we can see that it has copper tones to it, ensuring that it is far from a normal shade of brown. Indeed, it seems to have a golden hue to it under the right light and we’re sure it glistens even more out in the sunshine.
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The owner of this Roma also had the car manufacturer make a series of customizations to the interior. Most notable are the bright orange accents found across the center console, transmission tunnel, dashboard, and door panels.
The warmth and depth of brown and copper tones were the inspiration for the sophisticated elegance of this #FerrariTailorMade #FerrariRoma.
The vintage spirit of the exterior is reflected to perfection in the sporty and functional interior.#Ferrari pic.twitter.com/5Yx9KgFfrT
— Ferrari (@Ferrari) October 19, 2022
Ferrari lifted the veil on the Roma back in late 2019. It has a design dramatically different than other front-engined Ferrari models to come before it. The interior also stands out from other models at the time of its launch thanks to a steering wheel with haptic controls, a vertical 8.4-inch infotainment screen, and a massive 16-inch digital instrument cluster.
Of course, the highlight of the Ferrari Roma is its engine, taking the form of a twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 that pumps out 612 hp and 560 lb-ft (760 Nm) of torque. This V8 features a flat-plane crankshaft and a single-piece exhaust manifold with equal length pipes that’s designed to reduce losses in the turbocharger. Coupled to the engine is an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission that sends power to the rear wheels.