Novitec presented a special version of the Ferrari Monza SP1
The changes focused on the dramatic increase of power produced by the Ferrari V12
It was 2018 when Ferrari presented the new Monza SP1, a car inspired by some famous racing cars such as the 750 Monza and 250 Testarossa. The carbon fiber body was designed by Flavio Manzoni of the Ferrari Style Center and an F140 GA V12 6.5 powered by a seven-speed sequential gearbox was equipped ad engine.
Capable of generating 799 hp with 719 Nm torque, the propulsion unit allowed the SP1 to reach a top speed of 300 km/h with acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds. Incredibly, the tuner Novitec presented this week an extreme variant of the Monza produced in a single copy for a wealthy client.
The cockpit was covered in Alcantara and new sports suspension and new 21 "and 22" Vossen alloy wheels were fitted. To improve engine performance, a remapped electronic control unit and a new exhaust system created in Inconel and gold-plated to improve heat dissipation were also equipped.
This made it possible to increase power up to 833 hp with 780 Nm of torque, guaranteeing a lowering of the acceleration time to 2.8 seconds and an increase in the maximum speed to 305 km/h.