German tuning company DMC has just unveiled its aerodynamics package for Ferrari Roma.
All new exteriors developed for Roma are made from nude carbon fiber available in a matte or glossy finish. The first of these new parts is a striking front splitter that DMC says Roma does not add some aggression to the otherwise smooth and flowing design but adds some downforce to the front end.
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The tuner then created a distinctive side skirt for the Ferrari that is directly attached to the standard rocker panel. The aerodynamics package includes a rear lip spoiler and a rear diffuser insert. Although not depicted here, DMC collaborated with PUR Wheels to create a set of black alloy wheels for the Roma that measured 21 × 9 at the front and 22 × 12 at the rear, wrapped in 255/30 and 315/25 tires, respectively. .
The changes are sport springs that reduce the ride height to 35mm. DMC customers can change the interior as per their choice, different leather and Alcantara options are available.
There have also been some changes under the hood. Although the DMC did not mess with the Roma’s internal parts, it did create a control module for the engine management system, allowing it to change things like injection, ignition and boost. These changes saw it add 88 hp and 94 lb-ft (128 Nm) of torque, giving Ferrari a cool 708 hp and 655 lb-ft (888 Nm) of torque and allowing it to hit speeds of 100 km / h (62 mph). Gave) in just 3.2 seconds and reached a maximum speed of 326 km / h (202 miles). DMC says it also optimizes throttle response while the added grant also benefits in-gear acceleration.
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