Because a stock Ferrari Monza isn't already special enough.
Remember the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 Speedsters? Based on the Ferrari 812 Superfast, the SP1 and SP2 both debuted at the 2018 Paris Auto Show with striking designs inspired by classic Ferrari race cars from the 1950s like the 166 MM, 750 Monza, and 860 Monza. Less than 500 examples are being built, but if you want to make these Speedsters even more special, Novitec is offering a selection of new performance parts.
In standard form, the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 are powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine producing 809 horsepower, making it the most powerful naturally-aspirated V12 engine in Ferrari's history.
If that's not intense enough for you, Novitec can increase the power up to 844 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque by installing a high-performance exhaust system with metal catalysts and reduced backpressure. Improved throttle response and faster acceleration make Ferrari's retro-inspired speedsters even sportier to drive.
As a result of these modifications, 0-62 mph takes just 2.8 seconds before the cars max out at "far north" of 186 mph. Novitec's sport exhaust can be finished in stainless steel or lightweight Inconel with optional 999 fine gold plating and is available with actively controlled exhaust flaps that can make the SP1 and SP2 sound more aggressive or subtle depending on the driving scenario.
To make the open-top supercars look even more striking, Novitec offers a range of hi-tech forged wheels designed by Vossen available in different designs and finishes, staggered 21/22 inches front/rear to emphasize the wedge shape. The wheels are wrapped in 275/30 ZR 21 high-performance tires at the front and 335/25 ZR 22 tires at the rear.
Novitec's sports springs can also lower the ride height of both Ferrari Monza SP models by around 1.3 inches, lowering the center of gravity and improving the driving dynamics. Inside, the cabin can be trimmed in high-quality leather and Alcantara in any desired color.
Novitec hasn't released pricing details for these aftermarket components, but Ferrari's limited-edition speedsters fetch $1.8 million without any modifications.