After giving the Ferrari F8 Spider its N-LARGO treatment earlier this month, German auto tuner NOVITEC has now turned its attention over to the Italian supercar maker’s elegant Roma model,
While aesthetic changes to the Roma are kept subtle, the company has kept aerodynamics at the core of the new design, with most of the kit built from data obtained through a wind tunnel. Up front is a new front spoiler, working in tandem with a carbon fiber grille and a rocker panel. You’ll also find carbon fiber upgrades to the rearview mirrors, and forged Vossen wheels take over down low.
Turning to power, NOVITEC has upgraded both the electronic boost pressure control and engine control unit to bring the car’s horsepower up from 612 horses to 704, along with an increase of 90 pound-feet of torque to now 651 pound-feet. Other performance enhancements include new sport springs tuned by the company, performance tires, a decrease in ride height by 35mm, and a front lift system that can raise the front end by 40mm if you so desire.
As usual, the German firm hasn’t revealed pricing information for the Ferrari Roma upgrades, but you can learn more about it over on its website.
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