This Is What Happens When You Take The Ferrari California T To The Extreme

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Lots more power and serious widebody make for an awesome combination.

Following Novitec Rosso’s sporty upgrade for the Ferrari California T comes another aftermarket program for the sought-after roadster in the form of a carbon-fiber widebody kit, new rims and a significant boost in power. The N-Largo widebody conversion, developed with Vittorio Strosek, includes new front fenders that add 60 mm to the front-axle width, and restyled rear fenders that adds 110 mm to the Cali T’s rear axle.

These make room for a set of custom concave five double-spoke alloys staggered 21/22 inches front/rear and wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires. To keep the carbon-ceramic brakes nice and cool, the tuner added new rocker panels that sport large air intakes, a ventilation slot integrates into the rear of the new bodywork, and the new front bumper boasts larger air intakes. Other visual upgrades include a redesigned rear bumper with integrated diffuser, a high-performance quad exhaust system, and a rear airfoil (or optional rear lip spoiler). While sport springs lower the California T by 35 mm, a hydraulic front lift system enables drivers to lift the front end of the car by 40 mm at the push of a button.

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Output of the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 has also been upped to 668 hp and 642 lb-ft of torque, resulting in a 0-62 mph time of 3.2 seconds and top speed in excess of 203 mph. And upon request, Novitec will create a bespoke interior swathed in various shades and patterns of leather and Alcantara.

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