Ferrari F8 Tributo addressed by Novitec

More unique

With a Ferrari F8 Tributo you don’t have to worry that you won’t stand out. If you send it past Novitec, it can become even more unique.

Novitec has got the Italian taste. Last fall, the German tuner already enjoyed the Ferrari Monza, now it has unleashed its creativity on the F8 Tributo. The adjustments to the 488 successor presented almost two years ago are not to be missed. Novitec provided the Ferrari with various external extras, such as a carbon fiber edge around the inlet in the nose, side skirts that protrude wider towards the rear, a large carbon fiber rear spoiler, a new diffuser and even carbon fiber door handles. It also has various 20-, 21- and even 22-inch alloy wheels developed together with Vossen for the F8 Tributo, even copper-colored as an option. With a Novitec coilover, the F8 Tributo can also be placed a bit lower.

With the 720 hp and 700 Nm strong 3.9-liter biturbo V8 there was little to complain about, but according to Novitec it was not enough. Various motor upgrades are possible, with which the power can be boosted up to 803 hp. The torque increases with the most elaborate treatment to a rear-wheel-devouring 898 Nm. According to Novitec good for a 0-100 acceleration that can be done in 2.6 seconds. 0.3 seconds faster than usual. Let’s just say that every little bit helps.

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