For those very few who scoff at the performance figures of the Ferrari 812 Superfast with its lazy 588kW and 718Nm, then good news, because German tuning company Novitec has released the Novitec N-Largo Ferrari 812 Superfast.
Novitec, a specialist in tuning Italian sports cars, has one-upped its first creation with the 812. And with it comes a whole range of upgrades that make all of us here at MOTOR drool with excitement.
The original Ferrari 812 isn’t exactly slow, but nonetheless the figures for this N-Largo car have been increased to create more oomph. The output of the naturally-aspirated 6.5-litre V12 engine has increased by 30kW and 33Nm to produce 618kW at 8750rpm and 751Nm at 7300rpm. All of this produces a 0-100 time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 345km/h.
The special carbon outfit adds 14mm extra to the width of the car, plus another 140mm extra to the rear of the car behind the rear axle, enhancing its wedge shape and aerodynamics.
The wedge-shape is helped by its Formula 1 car inspired wheel arches and bargeboards (located near the doors), the unique front fascia of the car plus the carbon spoiler all add to its aggressive style.
Novitec has also installed sport springs to lower the ride height by about 35mm, and while this new height may cause a bit of trouble around speed humps, Novitec has you covered with the optional Front Lift system able to temporarily lift the car by 40mm to prevent any scraping or damage to the carbon bumper.
The interior is also fully customisable with leather or alcantara of any colour that the customer desires, but we’re not sure how popular the deep purple colour scheme that the display car shows off will be. Additionally, Novitec is no stranger to the unique details, with the rear Ferrari badge finished in carbon fibre.
No announcement on pricing yet, but given the base Ferrari 812 Superfast costs AUD$610,000, owners of this Novitec creation will be few and far between.