It takes a German tuner to make an exotic Italian sports car into this much of a purpose built performance machine. Novitec Rosso specializes in taking Ferrari s and turning them into true super cars with more aggressive styling and an even more ferocious bark. With the upcoming 458 Italia the automaker from Maranello with be ceasing production of their current mid engine high performance machine, the F430. So Novitec is comemorating the model by taking Ferrari’s factory tuned F430 Scuderia , invert the stripes and upgrade the running gear to handle a maximum output of 747 HP; thus the name Edizione 747.
The big boost in power comes from Rosso’s Bi Compressor engine that takes the high revving naturally aspirated 510 HP V8 and makes it a twin supercharged screamer that now delivers an astounding 747 HP at 8,500 RPM and allows the F430 to sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in less than 3.4 seconds, reach 124 MPH in only 9.4 seconds and up to a magical 300 Km/h, or 186 MPH, in just 22.9 seconds while the Ferrari’s top speed rises to a status confirming 195 MPH.
The Novitec Rosso Edizione 747 comes with a blacked out hood and roof treatment complimented by a set of tinted taillights and side markers. What sets the livery of the 747 apart from the standard Ferrari super car is that where the normal Scuderia model wears a pair of bronze stripes, the Novitec’s brilliant yellow paint shines through. The interior of the modified Ferrari is equally as eye pleasing, featuring a Supersport steering wheel made out of just the right amount of leather to go along with the carbon fiber construction. The Edizione 747 from Novitec rides a little over an inch closer to a set of three piece NF3 split five spoke rims measuring 20 inches in diameter over the standard F430, however in an attempt to combat curb stones and entrance ramps, the front end can be raised by almost two inches at the touch of a button.
Press release after the jump.