Spotted: Novitec Rosso F12 N-Largo seen roaming KL roads



Novitec Rosso is a tuning house from Germany that specializes in Prancing Horses. They work not only on cosmetic aspects of any Ferrari, but also with performance modifications for owners seeking that extra oompfh.

What you see here in our pictures, is Malaysia’s first, and only, Novitec Rosso F12 N-Largo. This kit is said to be Novitec Rosso’s most extreme make-over ever, taking a standard Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and sculpting it into a wide-bodied carbonfibre monstrosity.



If you cannot already tell, the car is now wider than ever before – 60mm extra on the front and 110mm on the rear. NR have added extra brake duct cooling slots, large carbon wing, a lightweight re-profiled rear diffuser and lowered the car by a further 40mm. Adding to the aggression of the look are a set of massive wheels; Novitec Rosso’s NF5 NL forged alloys that measure 21 inches up front and 22 inches in the back, wrapped with fat 255/30 and 335/25 rubbers respectively. Completing the look is this car’s Ferrari’s Alluminio Opacco – a stunning matte silver paint that accentuates the car’s menacing new look.


Yes, there’s an optional power upgrade; a remap for the 6.3 litre V12 along with a high performance exhaust which brings reduced back pressure to bump power figures to an insane 774hp/790Nm (up 44hp/100Nm from stock), although we’re not sure if the owner of this particular car ticked that box.

It is said that only 15 units of the F12 N-Largo will ever be produced, making this particular one on KL roads very special indeed. While I’m not a fan of wide-body kits, I’ve got to admit that the F12 N-Largo, monstrosity or otherwise, looks pretty damn good.


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From supercar spotting on the streets of Kuala Lumpur, Won has moved onto the realms of motoring journalism since 2011. He has a keen eye for automotive photography, a penchant for fast cars, and the occasional hunger for munching corners.

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