Novitec Rosso, the well-known Ferrari tuning house, has just unveiled an all-new supercar to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The limited edition two-seater, called the TuLesto, is capable of cruising down streets at amazing power and speed, being powered by a 4.4-liter V8 engine with twin superchargers with an output of 777 hp (at 8,200 rpm) and 727 Nm of torque (6,300 rpm). Mated to a six-speed semi-automatic gearbox with integrated anti-slip differential, the engine pushes the car to a maximum speed of 350 km/h (217.5 mph). The 0-100 acceleration is done in 3.4 seconds, with 300 km/h reached in 22.6 seconds. Although it is unclear on how much Ferrari content there is in the TuLesto, it was designed with the help of Luca Serafini Stile, a design studio in Modena, Italy, and is built at Novitec’s plant in Stetten, Germany in the province of Bavaria.
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Source: World Car Fans