Making a spectacular car more spectacular.
Novitec has a unique approach to tuning cars. The German company with a history of working on Ferraris starts by adding a ton of power before moving on to aerodynamics, replacing body parts without going over the top. To a casual observer, a Ferrari F8 Tributo decked out with the full "refinement" range could be taken as stock. However, a lot is going on with Novitec's new list of goodies for one of Ferrari's finest, including more power, upgraded suspension, and an increase of downforce.
Ferrari owners rarely need more power, but a Ferrari is never about need. As a result, the biggest power upgrade from Novitec ramps up the F8 Tributo's twin-turbo V8 from just over 700 hp to a little over 800 horsepower. With the help of a lightweight exhaust system that's plated with gold to help with heat dissipation, it also increases torque to a peak of 664 lb-ft. People living in gated communities with rich Ferrari enthusiast neighbors will be pleased to know the exhaust system also comes with an electronic sound management system.
For handling and grip, the addition of sports springs lower the ride height by around 35 millimeters, and a host of naked carbon fiber aero parts are now available with a protected high gloss finish. Improvements include a two-piece front spoiler and flaps on the side air intakes fitted to the bumper, and at the back is a large rear wing creating more downforce at high speeds.
We're fans of how the Novitec Ferrari F8 Tributo looks, but the most impressive part is the engine upgrade. According to the German tuning company, the engine upgrades will help the supercar hit 62 mph in 2.6 seconds and increase its top speed to 211 mph. Between the new looks and extra performance, the F8 Tributo deserves an entry on our list of Novitec's greatest hits.