Just when you thought the coveted Ferrari 812 Superfast couldn’t get any better, Germany’s Novitec Group comes along and says, “Hold my beer.” The last in a long line of upgrades from Novitec, Ferrari’s modified supercar now hosts a newly refined aerodynamic body of carbon fibre. Included in the package is a front spoiler lip in either a matte or glossy finish. That’s joined by carbon fibre rocker panels, dual air outlets on the hood, a carbon fibre rear fascia, and a rear spoiler lip. The aero package was developed in a wind tunnel and, accordingly, the car seems poised to outpace the wind itself.
Also offered on the Novitec Ferrari 812 Superfast is a lowering sport-spring system with room for a lift kit, allowing drivers to raise the front spoiler lip 40mm at the touch of a button. Novitec further equipped the supercar with large and impressive forged wheels, which were co-developed with Vossen. Giving the sharp ride its extra roar are a handful of exhaust systems, including one made of Inconel (i.e. the same superalloy used in Formula 1 racing).
Upgrades to the curvy coupe’s renowned 789 horsepower 6.5-liter V12 engine are scheduled for a later date, but there’s plenty to keep one satisfied in the meantime. Word is mum on how much the Novitec Ferrari 812 Superfast will cost, but it certainly won’t be cheap. Of course, this kind of performance and power never is.