The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is one of the most extreme front-engine supercars you can buy new. Granted, cars like the SRT Viper and Nissan GT-R are mind-alteringly fast in their own rights, and their suggested retail prices are about a third of what Ferrari asks for an F12. But neither of those road-burners have Ferrari’s pedigree, nor do they have a shrieking V12 engine making well over 700 naturally-aspirated horsepower. Advantage: Maranello.
But that advantage apparently wasn’t big enough for tuner Novitec Rosso. Why else would it have given the F12 Berlinetta a bumper-to-bumper, top-to-bottom makeover?