Is the Ferrari 812 Superfast a little, er, bland for your tastes? Well, you’re in luck: the folks over at Novitec has revealed their take on Maranello’s flagship.
The German tuner's new bodywork components, which it says were “fine-tuned in the wind tunnel”, are fashioned from naked carbon (with a choice of high-gloss or matte coating).
Look closely at the accompanying images and you’ll notice the new front lip as well as the fresh surround for the central air intake. Round back, you’ll find a new spoiler lip and a carbon upgrade for the rear facia. New side-skirts are also included.
Not enough carbon for you? Well, there are also two carbon air outlets on the bonnet and surrounds for the side outlets made from the same material. Carbon caps for the side-mirrors are, of course, also available.
Novitec has furthermore added 21-inch lightweight forged wheels (developed with a little help from Vossen) up front and 22-inch items at the rear, while the fitment of sport springs has further lowered the centre of gravity (a front lift system, which raises the body at the front axle by 40 mm to help negotiate speed bumps, is also offered).
While the tuner says performance upgrades for the 812 Superfast’s 6,5-litre V12 are still “in the development phase”, a high-performance exhaust system (optionally offered with active flap) with 110 mm tailpipes is already available...
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