The primary mechanical addition is a pair of belt-driven superchargers, one for each bank of the Scuderia's 4.3L V8. Boost is limited to 0.48 bar, or 7psi, due to the innately high-compression nature of the engine. Still, that's enough to push the stock unit's 510hp (380kW) up to 717hp (535kW), bringing the car's top speed up to 215mph (348km/h) from the factory specification of 198 (320km/h). Straight-line acceleration numbers are equally impressive, with 62mph (100km/h) ticking by in 3.5 seconds, 124mph (200km/h) in 10.1 seconds and 186mph (300km/h) in 26.1 seconds.
To keep all that power-producing hardware cool, Novitec has added some high-capacity water and oil coolers plus additional coolant capacity for the superchargers themselves. Bigger injectors and new air filters ensure the cylinders get all the air-fuel mixture they need, with the whole thing tied together by a new engine management system.
Cosmetic details are considered as well, with leather and carbon fiber trim for the redesigned steering wheel, shift paddles and a fully customizable interior. Upholstery can be had in 'any colors imaginable'.
Previous takes on the F430 by Novitec Rosso include the 'Race', the 'Tu Nero' and a twin-supercharged Spider.
Novitec Rosso 430 Scuderia