Novitec Rosso has recently pulled the wraps off the first tuning package for the newest supercar in Ferrari’s lineup, the impressive F12 Berlinetta.
The German tuning house has made a name for itself in customizing Ferrari supercars and the latest creation signed by the company is aimed towards the F12 Berlinetta. According to the German tuner, the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has received more power, an upgraded suspension, a revised interior and a new set of wheels. The new sport springs are bringing the F12 Berlinetta 40 mm closer to the tarmaker with an optional lift kit to help the nose clear curbs and speed bumps.
The most significant upgrade is definitely found under its hood where the Italian supercar has received ignition and injection remap, which translates into a total output of 763 HP, compared to the standard 740 HP, from the same 6.3 liter V12 engine. The redline has increased to 8,900 rpm and the top speed of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta now stands at 214 mph. NF4 wheels, 21-inch up front and 22-inches in the rear, have been fitted to the supercar, replacing the standard 20-inch rims, wrapped in low-profile Pirelli tires. No details on the pricing of these upgrades have been released yet.