Novitec Rosso has released a performance upgrade package for the Ferrari 599 GTO. Already an amazing car in standard form, the Novitec tuned Ferrari 599 GTO features a twin-supercharged 6.0 liter V12 developing 888 horsepower and 862 Nm of torque
A rated power output of 888 hp / 653 kW, a peak torque of 862 Nm and a top speed in excess of 340 km/h thanks to twin-compressor technology: NOVITEC ROSSO, the world leader in tuning for the sports cars from Maranello, presents an even more powerful and sportier version of the Ferrari 599 GTO in a world debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2011. To further improve the power-to-weight ratio and for even more dynamic handling the two-seater car is equipped with the new, extremely light NOVITEC ROSSO forged wheels.
The NOVITEC ROSSO engine specialists have developed an even more powerful version of the proven twin-compressor six-liter four-valve V12 engine for the sport version of the Ferrari 599. Both high-performance superchargers, driven by a cogged V-belt and lubricated by a dedicated oil circuit, were optimized further. Maximum boost pressure is limited to 0.45 bar.
Fresh new images of Lamborghini’s next supercar the LP700-4 have finally surfaced, this time, completely undisguised. The LP700-4 will be the successor to the aging Lamborghini Murcielago. It is powered by a 6.5-litre V12 engine which develops 700 horsepower (515kW) and 690Nm. 0 – 100km/h takes just 2.9 seconds.
The raging bull will also sit on 19-inch rims at the front and 20-inch rims at the back. Stopping power comes courtesy of massive 400mm carbon ceramic brakes at the front and 380mm at the back. The LP700-4 will be very similar in size to the soon to be superseded Murcielago, except being a little longer.
Weight reduction is the mainstay of most car manufacturers. In a quest to cut weight, the new car will feature a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis. Weight is down from 1,650kg to 1,575kg. Other technologies on the new car include jet fighter style TFT dials and electronically controlled rear spoiler and side intakes.