The Ferrari F8 Tributo has been handed some mild enhancements from the folks over at Novitec. The custom package includes an increase in power, exhaust system alterations, revisions to the suspension and a fresh set of wheels.

The model’s 3,9-litre twin-turbo V8 has had its peak outputs increased from 530 kW and 770 N.m of torque to 579 kW and 882 N.m. This is achieved by installing a Novitec N-Tronic ECU module and a stainless-steel exhaust system with a catalyst replacement pipe. These adjustments provide the supercar with a claimed 0-100 km/h time of 2,7 seconds (two-tenths quicker than standard) and an unchanged top speed of 340 km/h.

Visual alterations to the F8 are minimal, with the branded Novitec exhaust tips, fashioned from carbon and stainless steel, being the only cosmetic feature. However, the German tuner has confirmed a comprehensive body kit is currently under development.

Additionally, the F8 is offered with a choice of three forged alloy wheel designs. The versions on display here are of the NF9 design, which makes use of 21-inch front and 22-inch rear items along with a set of Pirelli P-Zero tyres.

Further revisions to the chassis include a sports spring set, which lowers the ride height by 35 mm and can be installed with or without a lift system. If the F8 does not have the factory lift system, Novitec can supply an alternative kit which raises the front axle by 40 mm upon command.

Refinements to the interior, including premium leather and Alcantara in an array of colours, can likewise be provided upon the customer’s request.

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