The McLaren 620R, a road-going version of the 570S GT4 track car, has had its engine tweaked by Novitec. The upgrade consists of a power hike and revisions to both the appearance and handling.

The twin-turbocharged 3,8-litre V8, which delivers 456 kW and 620 N.m of torque in its standard guise, has had its peak outputs bumped up to 523 kW and 710 N.m of torque thanks to Novitec’s Power Stage 2 kit, which includes the N-Tronic ECU and a power-optimised Inconel stainless-steel exhaust system.

As a result, Novitec says the tuned 620R can sprint from 0-100 km/h in 2,8 seconds, 0-200 km/h in 5,0 seconds and reach a top speed of 328 km/h.

To further accentuate the track-inspired supercar’s handling, a sports spring set has been fitted, lowering the ride by 25 mm. Alongside this is a set of 20-inch front and 21-inch rear MC3 forged alloy wheels with a central lock, designed by Vossen.

Further adjustments to the exterior design are relatively subtle in the form of a set of custom side skirts, side covers for the rear bumper, door mirror housings, air intake and tailpipes being the only options. These pieces are finished in visible carbon-fibre.

Novitec says it will enhance the cockpit of the McLaren 620R per customer request, too. Changes inside include custom covers for the racing seats, fashioned from premium leather and Alcantara in any virtually colour.