808 HP for the Ferrari 599 Fiorano

It's an even number, not too bad, not too shabby, just right for the speed freak dwelling somewhere inside you, waiting to come out at the worst possible time. Usually, this column is reserved for German tuners and their creations on German cars (at least that's what it looks like lately), but today we bring you something new – a German tuner working on an Italian car.

It's not a sacrilege as some might point out, it's just raw power, 808 horses to be precise, which Novitec has lavishly tucked under the hood of the 599 GTB Fiorano. This was achieved by fitting a set of high tech twin compressors, the end result is not only an insane hoard of wild horse running wild, but also added torque, 823 Nm and a top speed of 340 km/h.

This is a mechanic supercharger mind you, on the V12 engine, but it will still blow your hat off if you happen to be in the neighborhood. This benefits from the added bonus of a specially designed intake manifold and high performance injectors, not to mention a sport air filter and custom exhaust manifolds that connects to the quad sport exhaust made out of stainless steel.

All that power modified the car's aerodynamics and handling, but Novitec had another trick up their sleeve: they've added an aerokit to the car that's been tested in a wind tunnel. The one thing that is so cool about this particular kit is the fact that it's so simple and understated that one might mistakingly consider it stock.

But all that power would be nothing without control and while Ferrari's F1 Superfast transmission should have been enough to keep those horses tamed, Novitec had a different agenda. They've added a set of carbon shift paddles to help the car reach 60 mph in a staggering 3.5 seconds and double that in 9.7 seconds.

The whole kit is available starting from 46,900 euros, which is more than enough to buy a brand new car altogether. If you want speed, you've got to pay up, but at least for that kind of money, they've also thrown in some interior modifications (basically any color and material you can fathom).
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