Novitec have decided that the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 weren't crazy enough
Their take on the SP1 and SP2 involves gold; Lots and lots of gold.
Based upon the Ferrari 812 Sueprfast, the Monza SP1 and SP2 are Ferrari's take on the classic speedster. Being single-seater and two-seater cars respectively, these striking machines were originally debuted back at the 2018 Paris Auto Show.
Inspired by classic Ferraris such as the 166 MM, 750 Monza and 860 Monza, the SP1 and SP2 total less than 500 examples, but if you want an even more unique ownership experience, Novitec are on hand.
From factory, the SP1 and SP2 are both powered by a 6.5l, n/a V12 engine with 809hp. They are so powerful in fact, that they hold the record for being the most powerful N/A Ferrari in the brands history.
Just in case 809hp and no windshield is not enough of a visceral experience for you, Novitec are able to increase the power up to a ridiculous 844hp and 575 lb/ft of torque. Achieved thanks to a custom-made exhaust system, it uses metal catalysts and reduces the back pressure of the system to let the V12 'breathe' better. Available in stainless steel or lightweight Inconel, the exhaust can also be spec'd with 999 fine gold plating and 'active' exhaust valves.
Thanks to these modifications, the 0-62 time is reduced to just 2.8 seconds, before the cars top out above 186mph. A ridiculous number by any standards, but one that probably feels like lightspeed without a windshield in front of the driver.
Not only have they tuned the V12, but Novitec have also worked their magic on the exterior too. A range of forged Vossen wheels are available in a staggered 21/22" setup. They also offer a set of sports springs to reduce the ride height by 1.3", which also improves the driving dynamics by lowering the centre of gravity.
The cabin can also be customised to the owners liking, being trimmed in high-quality leather and Alcantara in any desired colour.
Given that the extremely-limited speedsters fetch $1.8m without modifications, Novitec's modifications have the potential to push that number dangerously close to $2m.
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