Bavarian automotive tuning company NOVITEC and Ferrari have a long-standing relationship that’s produced daring takes on the 488 GTB, 812 Superfast, and the Monza SP1/SP2, and now the company returns with its take on the F8 Tributo.
NOVITEC’s tuning approach is to refine yet enhance, and does so with the subtle touch of body kit updates, power upgrades, and more. For example, its model features a naked carbon fiber aerodynamic kit that now sports a more aggressive front end made possible with a new two-piece front spoiler and flaps on the side air intakes, as well as a front hood insert, carbon-trimmed side mirrors, a new and larger spoiler, and a full NOVITEC rear diffuser.
Alongside this, the tuning company also offers forged wheels measuring 21″ and 22″ at the front and rear respectively, sports springs that lower the supercar by 35mm for better stance, and a high-performance exhaust system made from INCONEL that’s fitted with carbon fiber and stainless steel elements, or optional 999 gold plating if desired.
In terms of performance, NOVITEC turns the F8 Tributo up to eleven with its 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine now pushing out 802 HP (up from 720 HP) and 898 Nm of torque. Combined, the power now gets the car from 0-62 MPH in just 2.6 seconds, before continuing onto a top speed of over 211 MPH.
Take a look at the NOVITEC Ferrari F8 Tributo above, and find out more information about the supercar on NOVITEC’s website.
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