Any plans for today? Thought not. Worry no more, because Ferrari has your back. Click these blue words and you’ll be taken to its new configurator for the Roma, which should kill a good few hours until you’re tagged in another Facebook challenge.
But first, a quick recap on Ferrari’s new front-engined GT. Said engine is the same 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 as seen in the Portofino, although in the Roma, it’s pumped up to produce 611hp at 7,500rpm. The gearbox is the SF90 Stradale’s eight-speed dual-clutcher, and a five-stage Manettino system with side slip control keeps the rear wheels in check if you want it to.
Ferrari does say it’s a proper GT. There’s a 272-liter trunk and even two rear seats. Although the configurator’s 360-degree interior view has given us our best glimpse yet at the total lack of legroom. No surprises there.
The configurator offers a 360-degree exterior view of the Roma, too. Which is great for inspecting both your dream and disaster specs. Although if you’re actually in a position to buy one, you might need to be careful with Ferrari’s infamous options list.
Here it features things like exterior carbon components, glossy ‘brilliant silver’ wheels, forged rims, sports exhaust pipes, and Daytona seats. Oh, and the small matter of ‘Verde British’ green paint. Great news. But we’re a little disappointed we can’t see that grille in non-body colors.
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NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.