Novitec Rosso widebody conversion for Ferrari F12berlinetta


Ferrari tuning specialist Novitec Rosso has released a stunning widebody conversion kit for the Ferrari F12berlinetta.

The Novitec body kit is made entirely out of carbon fiber and is designed to improve aerodynamic efficiency. The package consists of wider front and rear bumpers, side skirts, fender flares that are seamlessly joined to the production body, front lip spoiler and rear spoiler.

The larger wheel arches are now able to accommodate custom-built three-piece Novitec Rosso NF5 NL forged wheels measuring 21-inch in the front and 22-inch on the rear axle. They are wrapped in Pirelli P Zero high-performance tyres sized at 255/30ZR21 for the front and 335/25/ZR22 at the rear.


In a true form follows function fashion, a lengthwise slot is integrated into the back of each front fender flare to assist in venting the air heated by the ceramic brakes from the wheel wells as quickly as possible. The rear flares feature large integrated brake cooling ducts that route the relative wind to the deceleration components.

The shape of front fascia and the central front blade, optionally available with a clear-coated carbon-fiber finish was optimized in the wind tunnel to reduce negative lift and further improve handling.

Novitec Rosso has also lowered the ride height of the Ferrari by up to 40 millimeters with the help of special sport springs. To ease going over speed humps, an optional front lift system can also be fitted which raises the front of the car by 40mm at the touch of a button.

To match its striking looks, the 6.3-litre V12 engine has been given a new ECU tune and sports exhaust to extract another 30 kW and 32 Nm to produce a total output of 574 kW and 722 Nm.

Novitec Rosso also offers custom exclusivity for the interior. The cockpit can be designed in leather and Alcantara in any desired color.

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