Enhanced aeros, more power, racecar-inspired looks, the Ferrari F12 has been taken to a whole new level.
In the spirit of excess, Ferrari tuning house Novitec Rosso has released its most potent aftermarket package yet for the Ferrari F12. Dubbed the N-Largo S, it takes the V12-powered prancing horse to the extreme with more power and enhanced racing-inspired aerodynamics. German designer Vittorio Strosek co-developed the new widebody conversion kit, which adds 14 cm to the rear end allowing for a set of five double-spoke alloys, staggered 21/22 inches front/rear.
The carbon-fiber components include new front and rear bumpers, a central front blade and air intake, while the air outlet on the hood is fitted with a naked carbon cover sending hot air from the radiators straight over the two-seater's roof. Air deflectors have also been added to the air intakes on either side of the windshield. Freshly styled rocker panels and carbon-fiber side mirrors provide the F12 with a fresh profile look, and at the rear is equally enhanced with a roof lip spoiler, carbon-fiber airfoil, a five-piece diffuser, and black-tinted taillamps. The 6.3-liter V12 has been upped from 731 hp and 508 lb-ft of torque to 781 hp and 533 lb-ft thanks to a remapped ECU and high-performance quad exhaust.
The result is a 0-62 mph time of 3.0 seconds, 124 mph is reached five seconds later and top speed comes in at 218 mph. Available in Inconel, the exhaust note can be altered from the cockpit via remote controlled butterfly valves.
New sport springs lowers the F12 by 40 mm, which can be revered via a hydraulic lift system, while a completely bespoke interior can be remodeled in leather, Alcantara and carbon of any color. Limited to just eleven units the Novitec Ross N-Largo S is available now with prices upon request.