Novitec Unveils Enhanced Ferrari 812 Competizione with a Powerful 854 HP Boost

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German tuning company revamps the iconic Ferrari 812 Competizione with superior horsepower, a redefined suspension, and diverse customization options.

Germany – Novitec, the renowned German tuning maestro, has introduced an exhilarating version of the Ferrari 812 Competizione, enhancing both its power and aesthetics.

The Ferrari 812 Competizione, already a paragon of performance, has been revamped to reach even loftier standards. Owners who felt the original 830 horsepower from its V12 engine wasn’t enough will surely be enamored by what Novitec has in store. The re-tuned package amplifies the vehicle’s power, offers fresh customization avenues, and features a re-engineered suspension for optimum performance.

On the outside, the Novitec version radiates distinction with a central racing stripe and a revamped wheel design. Clients can select from a staggering 70 color options for the rims, tailoring their ride to their exact specifications.

However, the most transformative tweaks have been made under the hood. With Novitec‘s modifications, the 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine now flexes an impressive 854 horsepower—a surge of 24 HP from the original version. This boost in power is attributed to the introduction of a new stainless-steel exhaust system and advanced 100-cell catalysts.

Complementing the engine tweaks, the performance model’s suspension has been recalibrated by incorporating innovative springs. The ride height has been reduced by 25 millimeters, but with a push of a button, the front end can elevate by 40 millimeters, ensuring versatility in different terrains.

As a final touch, the interior can be crafted to bespoke preferences, with offerings of leather upholstery, alcantara finishes, and carbon fiber embellishments.

More details on the revamped Ferrari 812 Competizione can be found via Novitec’s official channels.

 

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