Novitec Rosso Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Revealed
First units of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta have just being delivered to their proud owners and Novitec Rosso already has some interesting upgrades for the V12 supercar at hand. We can certainly call Novited Rosso one of the leading Ferrari tuners out there and this just confirms that fact.
Performance optimization and an even sportier exhaust note at the push of a button. The first performance package for the 6.3-liter V12 of the F12 Berlinetta leaves the inner workings of the engine untouched. Newly calibrated mapping for injection and ignition boost peak power output from standard 545 kW / 740 hp to 561.5 kW / 763 hp at 8,500 rpm. Peak torque grows to 703 Nm at 6,300RPM.
The Novitec Rosso engine management systems does more than just optimize peak power output, pulling power and throttle response. Raising the redline speed to 8,900 rpm makes the spacing of the gears of the 7-speed F1 dual-clutch transmission working even better. This also benefits performance as evidenced by a new top speed in excess of 345 km/h.
Novitec also offers visual upgrades for the supercar, delivering a wide selection of wheel upgrades, all done in forged technology allowing for removal of extra unsprung weight, adding to handling and helping the overall weight of the car stay down. Customers of Novitec also receive a full on interior customization treatment. There a product program offers countless options from carbon-fiber shift paddles to exclusive Alcantara and leather interiors in any desired color or upholstery design, each masterfully and meticulously crafted down to the last detail
One of the most interesting additions from Novitec Rosso for the F12 Berlinetta is the front lifting system. At the push of a button in the cockpit the front of the car can be raised by 40 millimeters to facilitate navigating obstacles such as underground garage entrance ramps or speed humps. Upon reaching a speed of 80 km/h the suspension automatically reverts to its original position.
Source: Novitec Rosso