Novitec Rosso Ferrari GTC4 Lusso

Oct 30, 2017

Category: Rides

For those who aren’t aware, Novitec just released an all-new series of available aftermarket kits for the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso – after just a year on the market. Here, it’s a series of packages that up the performance level and enhance the vehicle’s design elements.

First off, to create a more streamlined approach to the Lusso, Novitec focuses on equipping the ride with additional features to heighten its aerodynamics. Also, an adjusted suspension system comes complete with a sport spring set and aluminum spacers, and three upgradable engine options resulting in greater torque and all-around horsepower – 709 hp to be exact – that jets the Lusso to over 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds. These new engine options are provided with some breathing assistance through any three available upgrades to the exhaust system and all this power is maintained on the asphalt thanks to upgradable aluminum alloy wheels wrapped in specialized tires.

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