Novitec tunes Ferrari F12

Tuning company Novitec has applied its N-LARGO package to the F12. Details and pictures here

German tuning house Novitec, which specialises in upgrades for Ferrari, Maserati and other Italian cars, has revealed a new tuning package for the Ferrari F12, called the N-LARGO.

Novitec is the latest in a string of tuners to stamp its own unique mark on the F1, including Mansory’s carbon-bodied ‘La Revoluzione’, and the F12 Spia by DMC.

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The new model features several carbon fibre additions, including flared wheel arches. a wide body kit, new front spoiler with carbon grille and added spoilers on the bonnet vents.

The suspension has been lowered by 40mm front and rear, although there is an optional lift system for added ground clearance. A new exhaust ad ECU tweaking has released an extra 40bhp, now totaling 770bhp.

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A set of three-piece 21- and 22-inch forged alloy wheels complete the package, which come wrapped in 335/25 ZR22 Pirelli P Zero tyres. There’s no officall 0-62mph times, although a top speed of 217mph is quoted.


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