German tuner Novitec has picked up the Ferrari 812 Superfast this time to give it the N-Largo treatment, making the car look wider and more aggressive.
The carbon fibre bodywork includes restyled bumpers, naked carbon front splitter, fender louvres, carbon fibre rocker panels, and a large carbon fibre rear wing. A discreet roof spoiler is also available with a naked carbon finish. The wider front fenders add 7 cm to the width while the rear is 14 cm wider than the production vehicle. The bespoke Vossen wheels measure 21-inch at front and 22-inch at the rear, shod with 275/30 and 335/25 Pirelli P Zero tires, respectively.
Novitec is happy to customize the interiors too as per the client’s specification. The cockpit can be done in leather and Alcantara in any desired color.
Also included is the handling dynamics package, which lowers the ride height by 35 mm. The optional Front Lift hydraulic height adjustment system raises the front axle by about 40 mm at the touch of a button. The vehicle reverts to the original position at another touch of the button or automatically upon reaching a speed of 80 km/h.
New mapping for the engine control unit is being developed, which makes 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 develop 618 kW (840 hp) at 8,750 rpm and a peak torque of 751 Nm at 7300 rpm. With this tuning, the sprint from 0 – 100 km/h takes 2.8 seconds and the top speed is 345 km/h, apparently.
Buyers can also add a backpressure reducing, high-performance quad exhaust system, which is available with or without actively controlled flaps. Depending on stainless or INCONEL (same material the exhausts of the F1 cars are made from), the Novitec system saves up to 11 kg compared to the production exhaust system.