Novitec Rosso Edizione 747: Ciao Scuderia!

Novitec Rosso announced the plan to bring the production of the F430 Scuderia to an end with a limited edition of three cars named the Edizione 747. The car was unveiled on the Novitec Rosso stand at the Geneva Motor Show and features a number features unique to these one-off specials.

Its matte white and anthracite paintjob is combined with a 747 Bi-Compressor engine that boosts power output of the V8 that normally produces 510hp by 237hp. The increase in torque from standard 470 Nm to 738 Nm at 6,300 rpm represents an enormous plus in low-speed power. With a sprint time for 0–100km/h of less than 3.4 seconds, 9.4 seconds to 200km/h and just 22.9 seconds to 300km/h the model is the most powerful and quickest Scuderia in the world. The top speed is 351km/h.

To complement these looks the German tuner installed black taillights, side markers and reflectors. All carbon fiber engine components come standard with a matte finish.

This color scheme continues on the tire/wheel combination custom-tailored for the Scuderia. The diameter of the wheels surpasses the production wheels by one inch. The three-piece 20 inch NF3 double-spoke wheels in sizes 8.5Jx20 in front and 12Jx20 on the rear axle are fitted with Michelin Pilot Cup sport tires in sizes 245/30 ZR 20 in front and 315/25 ZR 20 in back.

The sport springs lower the ride height of the Ferrari by 30mm. Novitec Rosso offers a hydraulic lift system for the front axle. At the push of a button in the cockpit the front is raised by 40mm.

Inside the interior have a limited edition plate on the dashboard. The Supersport steering wheel features a combination of leather and carbon fiber. Shift paddles are also carbon fiber. They are longer than their production counterparts and make manual shifting of the F1-SuperFast2 transmission easier.

Upon customer request Novitec equips the coupe with a two-tone interior in leather and Alcantara. In addition all carbon fiber engine components come with the same matte finish as the engine compartment components.

Novitec Rosso Edizione 747: Ciao Scuderia!

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