German tuner Novitec has picked up a Tesla Model S this time for a “refinement”. The fast electric sedan from California gets naked carbon fibre aerodynamic-enhancement components in concert with ride-height lowering options and 21-inch wheels developed with American wheel manufacturer Vossen.
Novitec claims that the suspension tuning can provide even further elevated agile handling. The company offers a coilover suspension for vehicles without pneumatic suspension. It allows varying the ride height by 40 millimeters and in addition lets the driver choose between the three damper settings ‘Comfort,’ ‘Normal’ and ‘Sport’ at the touch of a button in the cockpit.
The air suspension can be upgraded with the Novitec module. It adds a modified control system that lowers the ride height of the sedan by about 25 millimeters.
The Novitec carbon-ceramic braking system is available in two different versions. Variant 1 comprises vented discs of size 380 x 34 millimeters and six-piston fixed calipers for the front axle. Variant 2 additionally replaces the production rear brakes with 360 x 28 millimeter carbon-ceramic discs and four-piston brake calipers.
Needless to say, the treatment is rather tasteful. Wish it could make a N/A V12 sound with lots of pops and crackles.