Wide and Low: 574kW Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

A European football team has eleven players and NOVITEC ROSSO, a leading German refinement specialist for Ferrari, will now build the same number of this exclusive N-LARGO S high-performance sports cars in a select limited edition.

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The car you see before you is based on the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The 6.3-litre 12-cylinder engine has undergone a performance upgrade to 574 kW / 781 HP, which boosts top speed to 350 km/h.

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The car’s looks are just as impressive as its performance capability. The NOVITEC widebody is made from a hi-tech material carbon which widens the two-seater to 208 centimetres. In addition, the bodywork conversion leaves a lasting impression with its unique combination of motor racing design and aerodynamic efficiency.

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New NOVITEC NF6 NL wheels were developed specifically for this widebody example. Sitting under those guards are a staggered set with 9.5×21 for the front and 12×22 on the rear, all wrapped around Pirelli P ZERO tyres.

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A performance upgrade comes courtesy of new mapping for injection and ignition as well as a NOVITEC ROSSO high-performance quad exhaust. This innovative exhaust is made from INCONEL, a hi-tech material that offers weight savings of eleven kilograms compared to Ferrari’s production exhaust.

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While the new front fenders are seven centimetres wider than the standard production version, the width at the rear increases by a whopping 14 centimetres thanks to the flares seamlessly moulded to the production body.

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To match the upward sweeping ends of the rear fender flares, the center of the rear end is also extended with a carbon component invisibly mounted to the production bodywork.

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The design of the NOVITEC ROSSO N-LARGO S widebody version was developed in cooperation with German designer Vittorio Strosek, who has specialised in the refinement of the world’s most exclusive sports cars for more than three decades.

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