The Ferrari Rome may have been named after the Italian capital, but the new one-off event is inspired by a country more than 6,200 miles east.
Marque’s Jap program has recently been launched Cool hunting Design a special indigo blue version of the sports car.The collaboration that was exhibited in the collaboration that was just completed NYCX Design 10th Anniversary FestivalIs an attempt to combine the unique design cultures of Italy and Japan. And based on the vehicle photos, the fusion actually works.
Japan’s influence on the unique coupe design will soon become apparent. That’s because its aerodynamic body is covered with a bright coat of what Ferrari calls indigo metal. As the name implies, the bold blue shade is based on traditional Japanese indigo dyes. The cool hunting team came up with the idea of using this color after visiting one of the last remaining indigo farms in Tokushima. The striking shades are offset by a set of traditional tea canisters made of that material and bold copper-plated wheels inspired by the kettle. The clear contrast helps to accentuate the smooth lines and profiles of Rome. Ferrari may not allow changes in aftermarket bodywork, but it’s undeniable that this build looks unique.
The blue and copper motifs have been carried over to the interior. 2 completely inside the door Made-to-order Upholstery using Sakiori fabric, which is made by reusing vintage kimono and replacing silk with high-strength nylon to improve durability. According to the car manufacturer, Sakiori is one of the oldest examples of upcycling in the world. The headliner, on the other hand, is made of indigo-dyed leather woven in a traditional Italian pattern. There are also copper accents such as seat contrast stitching and a sophisticated gearshift grid. Finally, the car’s exclusive plate is adorned with a custom-made emblem, “Cammon,” which marks its origin in Japan.
The Roman powertrain hasn’t changed at all, and it’s easy to see why. For sports cars, a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8, combined with an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, delivers 611 horses and a 561 ft-pound twist to the rear axle. Thanks to all its power, the car can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds until it reaches a top speed of 199 mph.
It’s a one-time event, so you won’t have a chance to buy this Rome. That’s a shame, but there’s no reason why gorgeous builds can’t inspire you.Ferrari’s tailor-made program Take commission now.. Of course, you need to be prepared to raise the price higher than the original $ 220,000 sticker price of the coupe.
See other images of TailorMade Program x CoolHuntingRoma below.