Novitec N-Largo Ferrari 812 Superfast Is Wider, Faster, Stronger

Earlier this year, Novitec released an aerodynamic kit for the Ferrari 812 Superfast complete with a lowered suspension and high-performance exhaust system for the car’s 6.5-liter V12 engine.

Now it’s time for the German tuner to unleash its full range of upgrades aimed at Ferrari’s ultra-quick grand tourer. We’re talking about a widebody version that completely transforms the 812 Superfast’s looks, complemented by hi-tech forged wheels and a power upgrade.

Also read: Novitec Takes Ferrari Portofino To 674 HP, Adds Visual Mods

Under the label Novitec N-Largo, the elaborate bodywork modification for the Ferrari 812 Superfast gives it the looks of a street-legal race car. Made entirely of carbon, the widebody kit adds a width of 140 mm (5.5 inches) at the rear axle and 70 mm (2.75 inches) at the front axle of the Italian supercar, while also improving the its aerodynamic efficiency.

The Novitec N-Largo widebody kit has been created in cooperation with designer Vittorio Strosek who has taken aerodynamic inspiration from Formula 1 for the fenders. There’s a clear motorsports vibe to the exterior styling modifications, from the naked-carbon central front spoiler to the massive diffuser and fixer rear wing.

Filling the larger fender wells are Novitec NF 10 NL hi-tech forged wheels, developed specifically for this car in cooperation with U.S. wheel manufacturer Vossen. The rims come in a staggered setup (21 inches at the front and 22 inches at the rear) and feature an extremely concave design with five filigree double-spokes. The 12.5Jx22 rear wheels are shod with massive 335/25 ZR 22 Pirelli P-Zero high-performance tires, while the front 10Jx21 wheels wear 275/30 ZR 21 tires.

The tuned Ferrari 812 Superfast also comes with a revised suspension featuring sport springs that lower the ride height by about 35 mm (1.4 inches). There’s also a Front Lift system available for the front axle which raises the nose of the car by about 40 mm (1.6 inches) at the touch of a button.

Finally, Novitec engineers are also developing a performance upgrade for the naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine. Via new mapping for the ECU, they target a maximum output of 840 PS (829 hp) at 8,750 rpm and a peak torque of 751 Nm (554 lb-ft) at 7,300 rpm. Thanks to the extra 40 horses and 33 Nm (24 lb-ft), the 812 Superfast should sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds and top out at 345 km/h (214 mph). Compared to the stock car, those are relatively modest gains of 0.1 seconds and 5 km/h, respectively.

Novitec also recommends that Ferrari 812 Superfast owners fit a high-performance quad exhaust system which optimizes the power delivery by reducing the exhaust back pressure and produces a spectacular V12 exhaust note. Available with or without actively controlled exhaust flaps, Novitec’s exhaust system is made of stainless steel or Inconel, saving up to 11 kg (24.2 lbs) in the process.

Finally, the Bavarian tuner can also tailor the 812 Superfast’s cockpit to the customer’s preferences; for example, by using leather and Alcantara in any desired color.


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  • CC

    Sick Corvette, bro.

    • ThatGuy

      I was about to say the same thing, like wow a Corvette, Nice to see a new offering. LOL

  • exeptor

    Initially I was – “no, it’s overdone”, but on the second thought (especially some shots) it actually looks quite acceptable … not beautiful but striking.

  • GobbleUp

    Even novitech couldn’t fix the horribly designed rear end.

  • DMax

    Looks great, but it has some Viper vibes now. Looks a lot like the old Viper GTS concept.

  • Bash


  • Benoît Etienne

    It looks like Mansory did it. it looks awful inside and out and the noise level is just stupid at this point. I guess the majority of “nowadays car lovers” will worship it….

  • europeon

    Unfortunately the quality of Novitec products is REALLY bad, especially considering how overpriced they are.

    I’m not talking about the rebranded stuff like suspensions and such, I’m talking about body kits, exhausts and engine tuning components. I have first hand experience with Novitec parts that had the fit and finish similar to Chinese knockoffs and also were made from extremely poor materials with very short lifespan (think rotting exhausts, poorly finished wheels, 6061 alloy spacers for the price of 7075 alloy ones, delaminating carbon parts in less than a year, and so on).
    Also, their engine tuning boxes have a bad reputation. Lots of forums posts reporting problems, both during installation and usage.

  • KenjiK

    “Wider, Faster, Stronger”, Uglier.

  • Six_Tymes

    “optimizes the power delivery by reducing the exhaust back pressure”

    just in case anyone isn’t aware, its crucial to keep a specified amount of back pressure, or you loose power. And as much as Novitec and other after market tuners are no doubt knowledgeable, to a certain degree, they often reduce too much back pressure just to make noise to sell there products. I mean, do you really think they are more knowledgeable than Ferrari? If you answer yes, or think that might be possible, sorry to insult but that’s idiotic thinking.

  • Alduin

    Ferrari needs to make a hypercar and call it the “uberfast” or “ultrafast”

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