Novitec Group is a famous Germany based performance tuning group, which specializes in Ferrari tuning. But for the last few years, they have extended their reach to other companies too, including the uber-luxurious Rolls Royce. Their work with Rolls Royce came into limelight when they tuned a Rolls Royce Ghost and now taking forward the collaboration, they have tuned the Rolls Royce Wraith.
Done by the Spofec division of the Novitec Group, the tuners have unveiled a tuning package for the Wraith coupe. The kit includes a new front bumper, air extractors behind the front wheel arches and a stylish spoiler at the back made of clear-coated carbon fibers. But these aerodynamic changes are not merely visually appealing, but also give a distinctive face and minimizes negative lift on the front axle.
Adding to the kit are the set of new 22-inch alloy wheels available in silver, matte black or titanium finish. On the mechanical front, the coupe comes equipped with an automated air suspension system that lowers the car height by 40mm at speeds less than 140kmph. The special control module operated system returns to its original height at high speeds.
Under the hood, the car gets 84 ps more than the standard engine, thanks to a processor-controlled plug-and-play module. The module, custom maps the injection and ignition, helping to get output as high as 707 ps and 986 Nm. The speed is electronically limited to 250kmph with the acceleration of 0-100 km/h in 4.2 seconds.