Ferrari Roma – Interior
The Roma has an interior that is a bit of a departure from its other cousins. The cabin has a nice flow to the proceedings, with a taller centre console separating the front seats. The flow of the lines and colour here includes the dash, the doors, as well as the rear seats and tunnel.
This creates a singularly cockpit-like separation in every seat, and this design approach is superb. However, there are a few things that are baffling here too. The start/stop button requires a bit of searching to find, a touchpad is used to adjust the wing mirrors, and a button is used in place of a normal lever to open the door.
Dominating the centre console is an 8.4-inch central touchscreen, which eliminates all physical knobs and buttons for infotainment and climate control. The world we live in is increasingly button-less, it seems. A touchpad on the left spar of the steering wheel controls adaptive cruise control, and the large 16-inch screen in front of the steering wheel is controlled by the touchpad on the right spar.
The front passenger can also have an 8.8-inch touchscreen of their own too. Like all Ferraris, options for customisation abound, and there will likely be no two Romas out there that are alike. We counted 15 different colours, with 20 different detailing options, 3 different seating options, a carbon interior upgrade, as well as 18 colours for stitching.