Home LifeStyle  Luxury Cars In Tune with Novitec Rosso

In Tune with Novitec Rosso

Posted: Jun. 10th, 2006  |  By JustLuxe TeamThe Affluent Lifestyle Guide
RSS Syndicated News Email a Friend Suggest an Article Share Visit Website
Luxury Auto Accessories: Novitec, a Germany-based company, began humbly working its wizardry for owners of Alfa Romeos and Fiats. Shortly thereafter many of those satisfied customers ascended to the next level of sports cars and became owners of Ferraris. This marked the beginning of Novitec Rosso. Over the years numerous exuberantly satisfied owners of Ferraris have made this firm one of the most successful enterprises in automotive tuning. Today NR has highly trained, well-versed tuning specialists located in over 30 countries.

The F360 was the first collaborative effort with Ferrari. However, it took the scrutiny of a very savvy eye to catch it, as subtlety is one of Novitec Rosso's greatest qualities. All of NR's parts integrate into Ferraris' sleek interiors and exteriors without drawing attention away from the vehicles' inherent beauty. Augmentation of performance without any garishness is successfully achieved with all NR products. It is company policy without exception. Note how the centerpiece of NR's wheels is made to hold either company's logo sans fanfare. It is very classy.

Aerodynamics, braking, suspension, weight ratio, engine performance and interior are the areas to which Novitec Rosso adds its expertise to Ferraris. The majority of NR's products, such as the front bumper carbon or the rear spoiler carbon for F430, fit onto the original fastening points or attach seamlessly to existing parts.

When I first heard of Novitec Rosso's specialty, my eyebrows rose up into my hairline. How could anyone legitimately make extra, special, or optional parts for Ferraris? How do you enhance the already unearthly, road-trembling performance of Ferraris? With foot firmly inserted in mouth, I hop away enlightened (once again).

For LxM James Rothaar
Related Topics : Lifestyle News
Share on Facebook Share
See Next Article
Related Articles
Featured Contributor
Claire BloomfieldClaire Bloomfield
In the last few years, Rolls-Royce has had great success in appealing to a larger North American...
Read More | View Profile
The Best of Luxury
Event Calendar

the holiday gift guide 2013

DISCOVER THE LIST >
1

Sony DSC-QX100 Smartphone Attachable Lens

Sony basically packed all the usual camera inner workings within the lens... more >

2

Flask Bangle by Cynthia Rowley

For the life of the party this Cynthia Rowley flask bangle holds three ounces... more >

3

Carbon Fiber Ciclotte

Designed and crafted in Italy, Ciclotte's luxury exercise bike models... more >

Day

Keeping Up with JustLuxe
Like Us on FacebookFollow Us on TwitterRSS Feeds
Sign Up for Our Newsletter!
Current News & Features
The Most Luxurious Speakeasy in the World: Shangri-La Hotel Paris’s Pop-Up Krug Bar
See How Hennessy Produces the World’s Finest Cognac, One Bottle at a Time
Chef Shane Robilliard on Lobster Decadence at a Billionaire's Resort
What Makes Chardonnay a Chablis?
Catching up with Blue Ribbon Restaurants' Bromberg Brothers
The 2018 Audi A5 Sportback: A Stunning $60,000 Luxury Car For Only $42,000
6 Gorgeous U.K. Wedding Venues from Film and Television
Satellite Headphones Aim to be the High Def Personal Audio System You Have to Have
Pushing the 2017 Cadillac XT5 Luxury Crossover to the Limits in Death Valley
Dining Out in Scotland: Europe’s Next Great Food Destination
See the complete list

Best of Luxury

Finding the best in luxury can be a daunting task, which is why we've taken it on for you.
View All Best of Luxury
LivingLuxe. Exclusive Deals and Luxury Brands. Learn More
JustLuxe Galleries presents Popular Photo Galleries
Meet Our Writers Become a Contributor
The 2018 Audi A5 Sportback: A Stunning $60,000 Luxury Car For Only $42,000
Jared Paul Stern »
Pushing the 2017 Cadillac XT5 Luxury Crossover to the Limits in Death Valley
Mila Pantovich »
Will the BMW 9-Series be a More Attainable Rolls?
karthik Krishnan »
See More Contributors
THINGS WE LIKE