701 hp McLaren 620R from Novitec presented

701 hp McLaren 620R from Novitec presented

November 17, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The famous Novitec atelier gave the British McLaren 620R 701 coupe horsepower and the ability to travel at speeds up to 328.24 km / h. A set of forged wheels is also available to customers.

As the road version of the McLaren 570S GT4 race car, the McLaren 620R is already a hardcore car. A total of 225 copies of this model were produced at a price of $ 299,000. The well-known Novitec atelier decided to try to improve the dynamic and aesthetic characteristics of this car.

The tuned version of the 620R from Novitec boasts a 701-horsepower 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with a torque of 710 Nm. For comparison, the power of a typical British supercar McLaren is 611 hp. (620 Nm).

Novitec estimates that its 620R performance can accelerate to 100 km / h in a very fast 2.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 328 km / h.

It’s a tenth of a second faster than the standard version of the supercar.

To achieve these improvements, Novitec specialists have used plug-and-play modules (plug and play), which make important changes to the electronic engine control unit. In addition, the throttle response has been improved.

The tuner also offers a new exhaust system in stainless steel or Inconel. There are also lighter catalytic converters.

Novitec equips the suspension with various springs that lower the ride height by 25 mm. There is also a set of fine-spoke forged rims that measure 20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the rear. Customers can order them in 72 colors and choose between matt or polished finishes.

The company offers carbon fiber parts for the bonnet buckets, side sills, mirror caps and rear fascia.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Novitec tuners put the Ferrari F8 Tributo supercar on huge wheels. After visiting the workshops of a German tuning studio, this Italian mid-engined supercar has undergone a number of significant changes. So when was the last time you saw 22-inch wheels on a Ferrari?