Novitec Dresses up the Ferrari Portofino M

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Novitec developed tailored aerodynamic-enhancement elements produced from bare carbon with high-gloss floor sealant to enhance the looks of the Ferrari Portofino M.

They fitted the automobile with two facet intakes on the entrance bumper and a entrance spoiler which reduces front-axle carry at excessive speeds and optimises dealing with stability.

The design package deal from Novitec additionally contains carbon surrounds for the air retailers, carbon exterior mirrors, carbon facet air retailers and Novitec rocker panels for optimising the airflow and decreasing visible stance. Moreover, the Novitec rear lip spoiler rounds off the racing look and the aerodynamic-enhancement idea.

Novitec developed tailored cast alloy wheels with two completely different designs for the Portofino M. Moreover, the wheels are available a myriad of colors with completely different floor finishes.

The Ferrari pictured has been fitted with Novitec NF10 wheels of dimension 9Jx21 on the entrance axle and 12Jx22 on the rear axle. The tires chosen are of dimension 255/30 ZR21 for the entrance axle and 315/25 ZR 22 for the rear axle. The automobile has additionally been outfitted with Novitec sport springs which decrease the journey top by 35 millimetres.

The Ferrari Portofino is powered by a 3.9 litre twin-turbo engine which is obtainable with three completely different efficiency kits. All of the variants use a Plug-and-Play Novitec N-tronic module which introduces new maps for injection, enhance stress and ignition management into the digital engine administration system.

The highest stage efficiency equipment will increase the output energy by 84 hp and because of this, the Portofino delivers most output energy of 704 hp at 7400 rpm and 882 Nm of torque at a low 3750 rpm. Moreover, the acceleration from 0-100 km/h is achieved in 3.15 seconds, 200 km/h in 9.4 seconds and the highest velocity is elevated to 325 km/h.

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