According to the renowned tuner, their Ferrari 812 Superfast N-Largo S is 140 mm (5.5 in) wider than the stock variant, as it measures 2,110 mm (83.1 in) at the rear axle. This makes it as wide as the Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6x6. It also rides 35 mm (1.4 in) closer to the road due to the custom sports springs, so the optional front-lift system is a must for clearing speed bumps and navigating steep ramps.
Thanks to the new performance exhaust system, which is available with or without the active-controlled valves, as well as other work, the engine has become punchier. Novitec says the output is now rated at 840 ps (828 hp/618 kW), and it has 751 Nm (554 lb-ft) of torque to play with. Due to the extra oomph, their 812 Superfast needs 2.8 seconds from 0 to 100 kph (0 to 62 mph), and it tops out at 345 kph (214 mph).
As a reminder, the 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 produces 800 ps (789 hp/588 kW) and 718 Nm (530 lb-ft) in the stock 812 Superfast. The model is one-tenth slower to 100 kph compared to the N-Largo S, and it will run out of breath at 340 kph (211 mph). Mind you, not many driving enthusiasts will be able to tell the difference between them when setting them loose at the racetrack, but it's always nice to brag about your Ferrari being faster (on paper) than your friend's.
They haven't forgotten about the interior either, as while the pictured supercar may not show its cockpit, Novitec says it can be tailored to each individual's personal wishes, mentioning fine leather upholstery and Alcantara that are available in different hues.
Now, no matter how much money you have in the bank, you cannot buy a Ferrari 812 Superfast N-Largo S, as the tuner has managed to shift all copies even before the grand unveiling. But there weren't many examples to begin with, as production is capped at only three. Thus, there is no price tag in the press release, but you can bet your bottom dollar that each owner paid a fortune for theirs.