Earlier this year, Ferrari marketing chief Enrico Galliera told Autocar that the Italian firm needed to become “less predictable”, broadening its reach by expanding its product line-up into new areas.

The most obvious example of this is the ‘Purosangue’ SUV, currently under development in Maranello and due in 2022. But the stunning new Roma – the fifth new model the firm has launched in 2019 – shows that there’s still plenty of room left for innovation within more familiar ground for Ferrari.

As a ‘2+ coupé’ (translation: you can have back seats, but finding someone who can fit in them won’t be easy) powered by Ferrari’s proven V8 engine and capable of exceeding 199mph, the Roma might not exactly seem to be all that radical.