A few months after completing work on a yellow Novitec N-Largo Ferrari F12, the crew at ByDesign Motorsports have just wrapped up work on their latest N-Largo modified F12 albeit this time finished in a bright shade of red.
All the components added to the F12 Berlinetta are manufactured from ultra-light carbon fiber. Overall, the package increases the width at the rear axle by 11 cm thanks to an aggressive set of fender flares. At the front, a similar set of flares have been fitted with a horizontal air vent to cool the ceramic brakes. Rear rocker panels are available in a matt or high-gloss clear coated carbon fibre.
At the very front, Novitec Rosso fit a replacement front bumper with a different duct layout. Testing in a wind tunnel proves that the new component reduces negative lift and further improves handling stability. The hood receives the N-Largo air scoops on the left and right-hand side as well as with the central air deflection insert. A rear spoiler sits atop a five piece diffuser at the rear of the car. Carbon fibre exterior mirrors finish off the look.
The Novitec Rosso power upgrade boosts output to 781 hp and 722 Nm for a top speed of about 350 km/h. To extract that power from the 6.3-liter 12-cylinder four-valve engine, a stainless steel exhaust system is fitted with a new mapping for the engine management system. Inside, Novitec Rosso offers a range of bespoke options for the interior. The cockpit can be designed in leather and Alcantara in any desired color.