Tuning program consists of carbon-fiber aero kit, custom alloys and 42hp boost in power.
Ferrari tuning specialist Novitec Rosso is offering extensive upgrades for the Italian supercar maker's AWD Grand Turismo, made up in the main of aerodynamically efficient yet strikingly attractive carbon-fiber bodywork components fine-tuned in the wind tunnel. The parts include a front lip spoiler that gives the FF a lower stance while reducing lift on the front axle and at the rear they have developed a roof and rear spoiler plus a diffuser.
The rear end has been further modified with an add-on for the production fascia and carbon-fiber surrounds for the black Novitec Rosso taillights. LED rear fog lamps and black sider markers come as optional extras. Side skirts, carbon-fiber trim for the exterior mirrors, and carbon-fiber roof cladding & radiator grille enhance the FF's new racing look, while 21-inch custom-tailored, lightweight NF4 alloys with five delicate double spokes (22-inches at the rear) further emphasize the supercar's wedge-shaped appearance. New sports springs lower the center of gravity for better handling.
Novitec Rosso's engine specialists developed a performance kit that boosts power of the 6.3-liter V12 to 702hp by recalibrating the engine electronics, adding a custom stainless-steel high-performance quad exhaust system and a new redline speed of 8,200rpm. The conversion results in a crisper throttle response, and a new top speed of 211mph (up from 208), while for more precise gear shifts longer carbon-fiber shift paddles are offered to operate the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Novitec Rosso also offers a complete overhaul of the interior.