The Ferrari Roma is the brand's new small coupé. Its design, particularly attractive, plays with purity and eliminates all superfluity. The seductive and luxurious coupé bodywork puts the Roma in front of prestigious competitors such as the Aston Martin DB11 or the Bentley Continental GT.
Some stylish elements such as the very thin front and rear lights or the long, deep hood give a new breath to the Ferrari design. Resolutely coupé, the Roma's bodywork only allows two real seats. The rear ones are uncomfortable booster seats that will be used mainly for storage.
To solve this problem, the graphic designer X-Tomi Design has created a more family-friendly version of the Roma. A shooting brake version naturally equipped with a larger cargo area and four real seats. All this has a fairly positive impact on the already very successful design of the Roma coupé.
The plunging rear line disappears in favour of a more horizontal roof line that visually extends the car. The rear glazing obviously undergoes the same fate and gains in length. If this Ferrari Roma Shooting Brake were to be created, it would be located below the GTC4 Lusso and would constitute Ferrari's entry-level family offer.