The 2021 Ferrari Roma Is Ferrari’s New $250,000 Entry-Level Coupe

Doug DeMuro

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    The Ferrari Roma is Ferrari's new "entry-level" coupe. Today I'm reviewing the Roma to check out the latest Ferrari, with the latest Ferrari technology. I'll show you all the ins and outs of the Roma, and then I'll drive the 2021 Ferrari Roma to show you what it's like on the road.
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    1. Mr Bawls

      looks like an aston martin

    2. Ryszard Maciek

      I love its design, reminds me of new BMW Supra. I hate laggy-touchy interior though


      He is talking like... A hot potato within his mouth... Slow down bro.

    4. Sumukh

      Doesn't look like a Ferrari-ish ? Get a red one.

    5. ArielAprillia Rachmann

      Electric control to open door from inside? Hell no for safety reason. Btr analog.

    6. inflatable2

      Beautiful car, even if this spec is boring as hell.. Boring color, boring wheels, no deviated stitching etc.. You can spec it a lot more beautiful than this..

    7. virxest

      Someone should clean the interior, it looks DIRTY AF.

    8. Tracey Iliskovic

      This is the REAL SF90 Stradale before.

    9. Tracey Iliskovic

      Like the SF90 Stradale Start button

    10. Nobody

      Nice DB9

    11. ZAX FILMS

      It’s like Ferrari took the touch activated door handle from the 12c that breaks in ten minutes, and built an entire car with them

    12. Tomex

      Man that door opening from inside the car looks claustrophobic, imagine crashing and your electricity dies, you're doomed, no way to open the door.

    13. B Muns

      That center infotainment thing looks like someone dropped an oversized Palm Pilot in a perfectly fitting slot to look retarded on purpose. Looks super stupid. On a car company that makes gas engines, hanging by their nails, at the edge of a cliff, while other car companies make exiting battery cars which make Ferrari irrelavant.

    14. B Muns

      Probably a good idea to bring a handheld duster to wipe down the interiors before you do your videos. Only $0.99 at the $0.99 store. Maybe help your videos look cleaner. Not knocking you. Just trying to help.

    15. Santino Jessie Avilapreslie

      If thìs car is knew,maybe you should clean the floormate .It looks like peanut shells.A car with no Buttons,I don't know. By the way,Are you the Chaffer? At that price it better come with one.!!!!🤣🤣🤣😎

    16. Brad Choi

      I don't know about you, but if I owned a $200K+ car, I would never let the interior get that dirty!

    17. Seikomode

      Best looking, looks elegant. As Ferrari once did.

    18. Morgan Hull


    19. Luca Duca

      I would have wanted to see the headlights in details.

    20. Santa Reviews

      Using too many screen controls in cars is like how they used use too much CGI in movies

    21. Moss

      What an interesting Aston, it looks unfinished. Wait...

    22. Philipp Schmid

      ....those are not screens they are just capacitive touch buttons.

    23. Raj Nibhani

      Is this awd?

    24. Neil In Therapy

      He prefers the Portofino but gave it a lower score?

    25. tigerpjm

      This is actually the Ferrari I'd have. One for mountain blasts and actually driving on the road. I just wish you could delete those rear "seats". And why Ferrari makes gorgeous cars with wheels that look so cheap is beyond me. I guess they would be completely unmarked and "original" when I sold it!

    26. abialo2010

      Id be worried a bee would make a nest in the door handle cave

    27. ronnyek4242

      Let me just turn down the radio... “shit... and I guess downshift on accident...”

    28. ronnyek4242

      I thought most mfg realized lack of tactile feedback was a bad idea like 10 yr ago.. Ferrari is late to the game

    29. Martin Prehjan

      Where is the gated six speed manual transmission? Where are the cool looking analog gauges??? Where is the pull out alpine radio that I need to lug around town while holding on to it like a miniature briefcase???

    30. Aakash Bhardwaj

      really sad car for a ferrari!

    31. Rasmus Abrahamsson

      The exterior looks soooo good, shame the interior is not as nice

    32. Pragnesh Shah

      Why is the interior so dirty?

    33. bansheemopar

      Except nearly every proper station wagon also has no step on the trunk, to improve loading and unloading. If your stuff rolls out on an incline, you just haven*t loaded and secured your stuff properly.

    34. Knight-Captain AquilaDB

      You already know that this car is going to become an icon and a collectable in the next few decades...

    35. Knight-Captain AquilaDB

      You already know that this car is going to become an icon and a collectable in the next few decades...

      1. Leftist Remover

        @Knight-Captain AquilaDB It’s the most mass produced, screen heavy Ferrari with no analogue features. Everything about that says it’ll lose value fast. Whatever though

      2. Knight-Captain AquilaDB

        @Leftist Remover I'm being serious

      3. Leftist Remover

        I honestly can’t tell if you’re being serious. Everyone else is saying they hate it and it will depreciate faster than any Ferrari

    36. Chris Hasty

      I think people would rather get a car that's not going to have a bunch of gizmos that are going to break and are unattainable several years down the line. Just because someone has enough money to buy a Ferrari doesn't mean they don't care about reliability and depreciation expense. BTW, I'm stunned this is rated better than a 911 Turbo.

    37. Muhammad Safwan Rahman

      best way to ensure that the car is modern: it must have orange brake lights and red turn signals

    38. fab

      Mase Alfieri gets cancelled... 👀

    39. Jeffrey Tynes

      Lack of physical buttons: I see the comments -- Tesla, Tesla, Tesla. Okay, Tesla has not been around 25 years. There's no telling the future issues tat cars with no physical buttons will face. From a simple mechanical perspective, we know that physical switches can, and do, last a long, long time. Screens, not so much - mobile phones serving as a reputable bellwether. They have additional issues due to the need for both 'switching' and having illumination built-in. Waiting for the MFG that decides to bring us physical buttons mated with screens so if one (likely screen) goes bad, our primary controls are still available. I'd wonder too, how much of an issue is it if a car battery dies with an all screen affair. Screens = great, but exclusively screen seems a bit of the old cutting off nose to spite face.

    40. Serge Pan

      Som time in future actual buttons will be either expensive options or unaffordable luxury

    41. Serge Pan

      In winter you can use it as a snow plow. The front would be perfect for it. Love the look of it though

    42. Djh Gaming

      This car is very nice on the outside but has a lot of issues especially on the inside. Outside: Beautiful but does not look like a Ferrari. People probably going to think when this car passes is that a Aston Martin lol 😂. Inside: Why did they put almost every button on the steering wheel that’s not good at all especially when it’s manual because people can cause a accident or something. Same with the touch screen literally if the owner hits something especially someone’s car by looking at the touchscreen it can lead to a lawsuit and maybe for Ferrari too being sued for it. Another thing is this car should not be a 4 seater I mean you can use that as extra space and groceries but I wouldn’t even put my child or dog in the backseat because it could be dangerous and looks very uncomfortable. Everything seems to almost be electrical which isn’t good and will cost a lot more to fix of course. This is my opinion I don’t think this car will sell that well unless it was the cheapest Ferrari. I think it could be the worst Ferrari they have made.

    43. Kmet Mošnja

      There is trick with touch screen. Benefits -Can put more buttons on less surface (built in sub-bbutton) -Can shuffle buttons over the screen with update -less wires behind as before every button had dedicated wires and now whole screen has only few that connect to main processor that then sends specific wiring to device. - further in future, electronics will get so cheap and advanced that it is very plausible that someone will make of the counter upgrade set for peanuts (where now slow and lagging bulky processors get replaced with phone sized supercomputer for todays standard and "screen" panels include real 3d haptic feedback) Flaws -for todays standard very slow processing unit (and poorly programmed so it lies heavy on the hardware) in the car makes you feel you're in some crappy 10k car - current touchscreen non haptic feedback resulting in unintentional push of the buttons on the steering wheel or lagging or no reaction at all. -poorly incorporated looks of technology into surroundings - fingerprint magnet and eye bleeder as so many of those fingerprint cover shiny touchscreen surfaces are straight in your face. Could be a great car to buy cheaply in 5 years and wait additional 5 for those mods mentioned in benefits - but then do you want cash out 250k to drive a v8 that is not classic, not as fast, nor great or special at anything now and will be a snail for futuristic cars that run on electricity ? Hell I'd rather buy Tesla model 3 performance 60k than this for thrills and not be afraid if i get a stone chip, or if i press too hard on engine that has million miles warranty instead visiting service every 10k with tear in the eye and hole in the pocket for mediocre ferrari.... (didn't even wanted to compare it to tesla model s plaid (150k$) as it would be insult for Plaid) Supercar brands are in deep shit recenty as only super thing about them was that illusive acceleration, and thrill on the curvy road, but semi"cheap" in comparison ev market took that from them. They need to really push hard now and they are pushing on the heavy priced edge but it is "dead horse" race where they put heavily unjustified prices on top of line gass guzzling engines that have no connection with reality - any car above 400k$ is just sold fog and fairy dust... and that fairy dust in this specimen is worth about 180k$ - this car and tech are hard pressed to be worth excess of 70k without ferrari badge.

    44. John Domantay

      I think the beauty of this car’s design is it flies under the radar. It’s a true GT car. It’s like a Continental GT. People buy it because it’s luxurious, comfortable, elegant, and (in comparison to exotic super cars) under the radar. This Roma has all that with the added Ferrari performance and heritage. Yes, this car does look like an Aston but I think that’s the beauty of it. You admire its beauty first then you soon realize that it’s a Ferrari. Although I have to admit, its interior is lazy. Modern but lazy. You can be modern without having a design like this Roma’s interior.

    45. EJ XOF66

      Pretty car

    46. Mark L

      I know I'm nitpicking what is an otherwise amazing car but if I was buying a Ferrari, let alone my first, I'd like it to feel like I was turning the car on with a key and/or a button. Touching a black plastic surface doesn't cut it. This isn't a $299 game console, it's a supercar. I'm guessing there were lots of management arguments about the switch to all touch screens. Looks like the old school guys lost.

    47. Togg Tlas

      If that interior represents the next generation of Ferrari styling we should all be worried...

    48. tinfoil hat

      It's a aston Martin

    49. gr3yh4wk1

      Everything inside this car screams *cheap* - my Dacia has a faster screen than this ffs. When Doug is scrolling it, its like my Samsung S3 mini from 10 years ago. That gear thing is??! that touchscreen control on the steering wheel looks like it came off an Amstrad stereo from 1985. Horrible exterior. Yuk, what an awful car.

    50. arda22maestro

      I hope someone gets this, removez the whole console and rear seats and then puts wood and buttons or maybe change the whole powertrain with something from 00s because of manuel integration

    51. Dracogame

      I wonder why they can’t just put responsive screens in these fucking cars. So dumb.

    52. V1_Rotate

      $30,000 Audi A3 dash: smooth, fast, can pull up a whole ass map of the world instantly. 250k Ferrari: “best I can give ya is 2002 processing speeds”

    53. V1_Rotate

      Dust. Dust everywhere.

    54. Green Weenie

      looks like a jag

    55. Constantin

      Perfect car to win over EU Market, cause less flashy to eu customers.... finally 🙏🏼

    56. MrZuluBoii97

      Sounds like like ender man from minecradt when u swipe between screens lol.

    57. Br Mo

      I know this will be horrendously broken with all those screens but man do I want it

    58. Br Mo

      Damn if you got hit by one of these it would cut you off at the knee

    59. Jaewon Cha

      anyone think this looks like the db10

    60. Anime Tiddies

      “Entry” level

    61. Lee Straight

      Looks like a DB11!

    62. Ragib

      So many boomers bitching about the inevitable progress of cars. I really don’t understand the complaints since in a few years, all cars will be electrified and fully autonomous shortly thereafter.

    63. Immanuel Herrera

      thats supra’s dad

    64. Cornell Miller

      Ferrari's service department 🤫😉😏😏😂!!

    65. Jon Allen

      That is the most beautiful entry level car I've ever seen.

    66. Adrien Michael

      im guessing if they sell the ferrari screwdriver, like every overpriced thing ferrari sells, the screwdriver from msrp is prolly $200

    67. agracer1000

      Am I the only one annoyed that Doug doesn’t seem to know how to use a towel to wipe down the interior or maybe use a vacuum before he does these reviews? Seriously, wipe off the dust and vacuum the dirt off the floor, your just being lazy when you show off a dirty car interior.

    68. A Simpleton

      Am I becoming an old man, or does anyone else loathe this obsession with screens? I thought the big nav screens were too much, but this is getting to the point of madness. I don't understand if people actually like this crap or automakers are just doing whatever seems on trend so they don't fall behind.

    69. JBags72

      Doug, at 20:45 you said what I was thinking the whole just doesn’t make you think, Ferrari. Too many electronics and lousy looking all around. The Romans would have agreed!

    70. Leonardo Bacigalupe

      why does it look so outdated on the outside

    71. james kpokou

      Doug when are you going to review the ferrari sf90?

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    73. Keaton Belliston

      Awful interior design aside, imagine speccing a $200k+ car with a depressing all-black interior.

    74. Bryce Campbell

      This entire car could be summed up in one sentence. "If it ain't broke. Don't fix it."

    75. Martin Espinoza

      All these screens instead of buttons are going to look horribly dated in a hot second. They are dumb AF because you can't grope your way to them without looking at them. Fail, fail. Also, even Ford has a smarter door unlock logic! Single press, open driver's door. Second press, open passenger door. The THIRD press should open the hatch. I'm sure this thing is a joy to flog but Ferrari continues to be terrible at the day to day

    76. SHURA

      the ugliest steering wheel of any Ferrari.

    77. Sirius Spica

      Buttons are nightmare.

    78. Sirius Spica

      First ugly ferari.

    79. pegcity4eva

      Italian electronics what could go wrong. This thing is awful. I can see the depreciation being the worst of any Ferrari ever besides the 348.

    80. SizzFizz

      A mimic of a Maserati GTS but better and still not worth the price

    81. Gabe2580

      Still just watched half of the video, but this pre F355, overly childishly electric, "c-class" looking car will be forgotten faster than a YUGO or the Trabant! :-)

    82. Bora Bilgic

      I guess back seats for child or child safety seats only, not for adults.

    83. hieroglyph321

      "Entry Level" ... LMAO .... *cries on my bank managers shoulder*

    84. Bladewizz

      Bruh anybody else think Doug is biased when it comes to Ferrari? You can tell by that childish grin lmao (and the scoring ofc)

    85. m Hero

      I like this a lot

    86. David D.S.

      The brand should be ashamed about all those cheap hard plastics in that interior. Deeply ashamed.

    87. Stefan Kostic

      Somewhat reminescent of first gen Z4.

    88. Zânzar

      the cheaper 2021 f-type r seems like such a better option lol also sounds way better

    89. 19Pol85

      250k in 2021 and the GaugeCluster Monitor is lagging. Is this really a big technical challenge to make it fluent like on 3k bucks Laptop???

    90. Ryan McNair

      That's one hot tomato!

    91. AstroSteve

      Doug did a Bugatti Chiron review, "Here's why the Bugatti Chiron is Worth $3 million" And around the 16:45 mark in that video he says: that Bugatti specifically didn't go for screens and displays, as they felt it would "date" and "age" the car badly and quickly make it feel old.. Ferrari should probably listen to that a little more.

    92. AstroSteve

      Ferrari: trying to keep controls on the steering wheel, to keep the driver engaged in driving. And drive safely. Also Ferrari; turns most of the controls into non-tactile screen buttons, so you HAVE to look where and what you're pressing and can't just feel for a button. disengaging you from driving and drive in an unsafe way.... it's a problem for most cars these days.. trying to reinvent the wheel with controls and screens. And then even multiple screens?... a whole separate thing for the mirrors?I haven't touched my mirrors in the 2 years that I have my car. Keep the button, or move it to the centre control screen, you never use it anyway.. but the airconditioning? seat heating? something you might use daily.. no no.. that can't be a button or it's own separate thing.. And what the hell is going on on the gauge cluster display, when Doug flicks through the different modes.. and touches the centre touch screen.. even the first generation iPad as smoother controls. It very very VERY quickly dates a car and makes it feel old.

    93. BILL WYNNE


    94. timothy wilson

      Nice review, nice car but the styling definitely looks similar to a Aston Martin or the Jaguar F type.

    95. DAdriano Afonso Ukwahamba

      We need Doug DeMuro to be Guiness´ Record awarded for car review. He is the only one in the world with car review.

    96. hurrdurr

      Arguably the best looking ferrari in recent years imo

    97. Pedro Fernandes

      Am I the only one who wondered what is? Probably the company that the car's owner owns... Also liked the cheeky advertising that it must get just by curious people taking a glance at the car. Must be doing great for him/herself if they have the bucks for a Ferrari that will not hold its value in the years to come Edit: Found out it's a store that's probably specializing in CBD products for every ailment one might have, go take a look for yourselves!

    98. plumbandsquare1

      More expensive than an entry level house.

    99. Olekk ‘

      Doug the type of guy to call his first child a «entry-level»

    100. Mats Nylund

      Well, it looks good, but that interior... I've seen cheap Fiats with more solid looking interiors and controls. And of course, touchscreens everywhere, even on vital controls that you'll want to operate while driving.