I remember the first time I’ve mentioned the F12 N-Largo – it was sometime during March, but sadly the only details I could give were vague and were accompanied by a few renderings of the latest Novitec Rosso project.
As I’ve said it’s a Ferrari, therefore we’ve only got words of praise for this project. And when car lovers like Novitec Rosso come into picture, things get a lot better. This particular model has received a wide body kit crafted from carbon fiber and comprised of redesigned side skirts, extended fenders and new bumpers. In addition, its looks have been enhanced through the addition of a carbon fiber grille, a prominent rear wing, tinted taillights, a set of 21- / 22-inch forged alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero high-performance tires and a sleek front lip spoiler.
Drive-wise, the F12 N-LARGO features a full set of sports springs which lower the ride height by up to 40 mm. If some sort of compensation is needed, Novitec Rosso is able to provide an optional front lift system which raises the front axle by around 40 mm – the main purpose of this system is to enable the car to be driven over speed bumps.
In terms of performance, the 6.3-liter V12 engine hiding under this Ferrari’s bonnet has been fitted with optimized ECU and sports exhaust system. That’s why it’s able to deliver a whopping 781 HP (574 kW) and 722 Nm (532 lb-ft) of torque – this means an increase of 41 HP (30 kW) and 32 Nm (23 lb-ft) of torque, translating into a top speed of around 350 km/h (217 mph).
Courtesy of: luxatic