Are you ready for this? Novitec, the aftermarket tuning specialist, has just pulled the wraps off their latest creation—a wild, 828-HP version of the Ferrari 812 Superfast called the N-Largo S. What’s even more amazing? All three custom-built examples are already sold!
Under the hood, Novitec has taken the already beastly 6.5-liter V12 and ramped up its game. Thanks to intricate electronic and software tweaks, the engine now spits out a neck-snapping 828 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque, compared to the stock's 789 horsepower and 530 lb-ft. This new performance figure means the Ferrari will shoot from 0 to 62 mph in a staggering 2.8 seconds, maxing out at 214 mph. To help this red stallion breathe, Novitec added a high-performance exhaust system, available in either stainless steel or Inconel, equipped with optional active butterfly valves.
But they didn’t stop at the engine. Nope! The wheels are custom-developed Novitec NF 11 N-Largo S, styled by Vossen. Up front, they're 21 inches; at the rear, a massive 22 inches. Lowered by about 1.4 inches, the ride is sportier but still functional thanks to an optional hydraulic front-lift system.
And let’s not overlook the cosmetics. The Novitec 812 Superfast N-Largo S is wider—way wider. The body kit includes a new front fascia, wider front fenders, and even wider rear fenders, which adds a staggering 5.52 inches to the car's overall width. The aerodynamic enhancements don’t stop there. Carbon rocker panels, a new rear diffuser, and an integrated spoiler further dial up the car's aggressive look.
What about the interior? Well, it’s as customized as the exterior. Each of the three lucky owners will get to personalize their car’s cabin with a wide variety of materials and finishes, including luxurious leather and Alcantara options.
Novitec’s 812 N-Largo S isn’t even the tuner’s most potent offering. Last month they unleashed an 854-HP 812 Competizione equipped with a gold-plated exhaust. So, what's next? With Ferrari planning to release a new 812 replacement with potentially over 830 factory horsepower, it seems Novitec will have a fresh canvas to work its magic on.