Ferrari F12berlinetta tuned by Novitec Rosso becomes the N-Largo S image

Aftermarket specialist Novitec Rosso has taken the wraps off its new N-Largo S, which is essentially a Ferrari F12berlinetta with a brand new widebody kit and a massive power boost.

While starting its life as a regular F12berlinetta, this N-Largo S is actually an upgrade towards the extreme setting of the F12 L-Largo – being treated to a major overhaul after adopting an extensive carbon fiber widebody kit that comes with different bumpers, extended flares and even a ventilated hood. We also noticed the car’s aerodynamic side skirts, roof-mounted spoiler and the carbon fiber rear wing. Completing the aerodynamic metamorphosis, the N-Largo S also features carbon fiber mirror caps, tinted lighting units, and 21- / 22-inch forged alloy wheels shod in Pirelli P Zero tires. The sport springs for the suspension assembly have taken down the ride height by around 1.6 inches – though the tuner is also careful to also have in store an optional front lift system which adds to the front axle another 1.6 inches to make entering parking garages a peaceful experience.

Now that styling and aerodynamic changes have been completed, let’s discuss the power bump. The 6.3-liter V12 engine tucked beneath the hood has been treated to an optimized ECU and a four-tailpipe sports exhaust system. These modifications may seem pretty subtle but in the end the F12berlinetta N-Largo S will churn out 781 horsepower and 532 pound-feet of torque. No word on pricing yet but we do know production will be capped at 11 units – each of them capable of reaching 62 mph in just three seconds and a maximum speed of 217 mph.