Novitec Rosso is at it again, this time around tuning the sporty Ferrari FF model, adding a carbon fiber aerodynamic kit, ultralight forged wheels, and 42-hp in the performance department.
The first all-wheel drive Gran Turismo model from the exotic Italian automaker gets a class, yet sporty makeover from the specialized tuner. A staggered wheel fitment with 21-inchers in the front and 22-inchers in the rear helps set off the exterior, while the carbon fiber body components undoubtedly enhance the aesthetics as well as aerodynamics. Wind tunnel tested, each piece is not only lightweight but gives the FF a more aggressive appearance.
The aerodynamic kit consists of a front spoiler lip, side skirts, carbon fiber mirror trim, a roof spoiler, rear spoiler, rear diffuser, rear bumper wings, and carbon fiber surrounds for the taillights. Available as options are black side markers and LED rear fog lights. The carbon fiber goodness doesn’t stop there, as Novitec also outfits the FF model with a carbon fiber roof cladding and a carbon fiber radiator grille.
Power from the 6.3-liter, V12 engine has been enhanced thanks to a retuned ECU and Novitec Rosso stainless steel exhaust system. The result is an increase of 42-hp to 702-hp for a much sportier driving experience.
Of course, those that are interested can opt for plenty of interior upgrades as well from Novitec Rosso, from fully custom leather interiors to Alcantara upgrades.