The Ferrari Roma, Maranello’s latest sportscar, has been given more power and a new set of alloys from the folks over at Wheelsandmore.

The German tuner has hiked the standard outputs of the twin-turbocharged 3,9-litre V8 resting at the front of the Roma from 456 kW and 760 N.m of torque to 515 kW and 885 N.m. This has been achieved via the fitment of a Tec-Tronic engine control unit as well as an F1 air-filter kit.

While the tuning company has yet to say exactly what effect this extra oomph has on the standard 0-100 km/h claim of 3,4 seconds, it does point out the top speed has increased by 10 km/h to 330 km/h. Furthermore, the tuner says it is currently developing a flap-control exhaust system and sports catalyst for the Roma.

True to its name, Wheelsandmore also offers the option of four forged alloy wheel designs, in either 21- or 22-inch form.

Original article from Car