Novitec might have unveiled their take on a more powerful Ferrari California T earlier on, but something tells us that they still have something in store for this turbocharged Prancing Horse. After getting a new ECU that raises the output to 637-horsepower, Novitec went up a notch by giving the California T wider curves with the N-Largo edition.
In creating a wide body kit for the California T, Novitec had collaborated with Vittorio Strosek in adding 110mm to the roadster’s girth through the use of muscular fenders on both ends of the car. On the front, the fenders are now 60mm wider and fits the new 21-inch rims wrapped with 255/30 ZR21 Pirelli P Zero tires. The rear on the other hand has the 110mm fenders fitting in the 22-inch wheels with 315/25 ZR22 rubber.
Aside from the fenders, the California T also gets newly styled rocker panels, new front and rear bumpers, front and rear spoilers, smoked sidelights and a set of new quad tailpipes. Novitec had also fitted sports springs that lower the height by 35mm while also adding a hydraulic front lift system that can raise the car’s front end by 40mm.
Couple the ECU upgrade with a stainless-steel high-performance exhaust system, the California T now gets an extra 107-horsepower and 71 lb-ft of torque, bringing up the total output to 659-horsepower and 642 lb-ft of torque. Novitec quotes a zerotohundred time of 3.2 seconds, 0.4 seconds faster than what it used to do with the stock 523-horsepower.