Ferrari 458 Italia 'Twins' by Novitec Rosso [Video]
Novitec Rosso released a small video of two Novitec Rosso Ferrari 458 Italias at their facilities in Southern Germany. Both are finished in red with black and carbon fiber details. Just as the name suggests, the two supercars are very similar, yet somehow different.
Both carry the same red and black finish with plenty of carbon fiber details, and a number of other cosmetic touches, including a new front spoiler, flaps on both sides of the central air inlet, fender-mounted carbon fiber ventilation louvers, and carbon fiber mirror housings.
The only thing that sets them apart are the three-piece Novitec Rosso NF3 wheels, with one model receiving a gloss black finish and the other receives a scarlet red touch.
As for the 4.5-liter Ferrari engines, they’ve received the same mods as the Geneva model, which means a carbon-fiber airbox, a high-performance exhaust system, as well as an ECU remap. The V8s now delivers 609 hp and a peak torque of 569 Nm, pushing the supercars to a top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph).
The Germany aftermarket specialist has also taken care of the supercar’s interior, installing a special leather/Alcantara upholstery and carbon fiber trimming.