The all new Ferrari FF has received a new sports car tuning program from the famous company Novitec Rosso. Bone stock, the Italian exotic holds a 6.3-liter V12 engine producing 651 horsepower with 683 Nm of torque. Novitec offers four separate power upgrades for the Ferrari FF, stating off with a basic ECU tune. This brings the output to 674 horses and 696 Nm of torque, while the addition of a new stainless steel exhaust jumps it up a bit to 679 HP and 701 Nm of torque.
The final two stages for the power upgrades use the same aftermarket parts, but feature extensive ECU tuning to boost the output to 684 horsepower and 692 horses with 708 Nm of torque and 714 Nm respectively.
Suspension tuning was next on the list of modifications, so Novitec Rosso hooked it up with a hydraulic system and new spring kit that is fully adjustable. The Ferrari FF can now be raised in the front 40mm with the simple press of a button to avoid speed bumps and parking hazards.
Even thought the all new Ferrari doesn’t need exterior styling improvements, Novitec is known for their exceptional detail throughout their builds. This new package includes a front lip spoiler, front grill, mirror covers, side skirts, roof spoiler, boot spoiler and a diffuser at the rear. Taillight covers round out the package along with new alloy rims wrapped in high performance tires. Finally, inside the Ferrari FF are some minor tweaks consisting of a carbon fiber trim kit, new leather and custom foot and shift pedals.