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Exploring Novitec’s Enhancements to the Ferrari 812 Competizione

Ferrari 812
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The Ferrari 812 Competizione is equipped with a powerful 6.5L naturally-aspirated V12 engine. It produces an impressive 819 hp and boasts a thrilling vocal range of 9,500 rpm. Additionally, it generates 512 lb-ft of torque, with peak figures achieved at 9,250 rpm and 7,000 rpm. However, Novitec found these numbers lacking and decided to work on enhancing the vehicle’s performance. The result is the most powerful version of the 812 Competizione, with an incredible 866 HP.

Novitec’s tuning efforts were primarily focused on the V12 engine. Originally, the stock 812 Competizione delivered 830 HP and 692 Nm of torque. Novitec introduced a new exhaust system made from Inconel, a lightweight alloy used in Formula 1, and finished with gold plating. This modification significantly increased the Ferrari’s power output, now reaching an astonishing 866 HP and 711 Nm of torque. Besides the power upgrade, the new exhaust system gives the Ferrari a more aggressive rear profile, featuring two large 120 mm exhaust outlets equipped with an electronically controlled valve to modulate the exhaust note.

For a detailed overview of the extreme modifications made to the Ferrari 812 Competizione by Novitec, watch the video below

Image Source:Nate Dieckhaus@unsplash

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