Churning out 574kW and 722Nm from its 6.3 litre V12 petrol engine thanks to a revised exhaust and engine mapping, the N-Largo has 29kW and 32Nm more at its disposal than a regular F12, with a claimed top speed of 350km/h.
The N-Largo is fatter than the F12 as well, with its ‘wide body’ design measuring 2050mm to the regular supercoupe's 1924mm.
Suspension on the N-Largo has been revised with an optional front lift function and ride-height can be lowered by up to 40mm at the push of a button, with specially designed sports springs fitted.
The supercar sits on 21-inch tailor-made three-piece wheels up front and the same wheels in 22-inch at the rear, all wearing Pirelli P ZERO tyres.
Aerodynamic features include new front and rear bumper designs, replacing the originals, with a large rear wing, five-piece diffuser in the rear and flared wheel arches.
Novitec Rosso says that the interior can be customised to the owner’s personal preferences “down to the last detail.” Some of the choices include leather and Alcantara in any desired colour.
As for the cost, the German tuning experts aren't saying what the price-premium is to step up from a regular Ferrari F12 to the Novitec Rosso Ferrari F12 Belinetta N-Largo.
The ‘regular’ Ferrari F12 is currently priced in Australia at $691,100 plus on-roads.