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Novitec Rosso Ferrari California


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Here we have the latest Novitec Rosso tuning job on the Ferrari California, which received a nice power boost and styling upgrade. The notorious Ferrari tuners from Novitec increased the 4.3-liter V8 powerplant to produce 606 hp at 7,900 rpm with 603 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. Thanks to the addition of a new supercharger with 0.4 bar of boost pressure, the Ferrari California also received a water-to-air intercooler, special intake manifold, new fuel injectors, and a custom exhaust system that allows the driver to control the sound. A new ECU with precise tuning from Novitec Rosso coordinates all these aftermarket parts hooked up to the Ferrari, and this supercar is now able to hit the 100 km/h mark in just 3.8 seconds.

The top speed was recorded at 325 km/h by the tuning firm, and the Novitec Rosso Ferrari California rides on new NF3 wheels that measure 21 inches in the front, and 22 inches in the rear. They come wrapped in high performance Pirelli tires, and the car’s suspension was modified to fit this wheel package. The Ferrari was lowered 35 mm with a hydraulic lift system, which can also raise the front end by 40 mm for those tricky speed bumps.

Improving the aerodynamics are some body kit components consisting of a new front spoiler, rocker panels, rear spoiler, rear diffuser, and discreet boot spoiler. Novitec really went over the top with this model, just like every Ferrari they tune, but it always turns out stunning. Their company also offers materials such as leather and Alcantara available in a variety of colors to match any interior.

[Source: 4wheelsnews]

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