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Novitec Rosso Ferrari F12 N-LARGO is a bullet with seats

Smacking the world of supercars in the face, Novitec Rosso has revealed its new F12 N-LARGO package which is capable of blowing most exotics out of the water in terms of power and jaw-dropping presence.

Novitec Rosso Ferrari F12 N-LARGO

Based on the already lethal Ferrari F12 grand touring coupe, the N-LARGO package is all about speed and looking good doing it. It features a complete bodykit with puffed out wheel arches, lots of carbon fibre, and new front and rear bumper bars and spoilers. There’s also a chunky new diffuser at the back for added aero and aggression.

New side skirts are added, made from carbon fibre of course, while a set of 21-inch front and whopping 22-inch rear forged alloy wheels complete the profile. The wheels are dark grey to match the carbon items and feature a red inner rim.

Novitec Rosso Ferrari F12 N-LARGO-diffuser

So what’s under the bonnet? When Ferrari launched the F12 last year it was the most powerful Ferrari road car ever, with its 6.3-litre V12 good for 545kW and 690Nm. With the help of an ECU program and a sports exhaust system, the V12 now belches out 574kW and 722Nm. This equates to a top speed of around 350km/h.

To make sure the almighty coupe corners as well as it goes Novitec has fitted a set of sports lowered springs which drop the car by 40mm. A nose-lift system is incorporated in which can raise the car by 40mm for entering driveways and the like.

It looks like a glorified bullet, and it goes like one too. Only problem is, the Ferrari F12 retails for $691,000 in Australia and prices for the N-LARGO kit haven’t been mentioned. Hmm, a new mortgage?

Brett is the editor and founder of PerformanceDrive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at CarAdvice.com.au. His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.