Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale by Novitec
Actually, they already did it, by adding a water-to-air intercooler, a larger manifold, larger injectors, supersport turbocharger and a brand new ECU to the front of the car. The 8-cylinder 4.7-liter 4-valve power plant, now improved by NR, is able to develop 646 HP and 7,500 RPM, with a max torque of 624 Nm at 5,600, some 196 HP over the stock engine.
The tires now used are Pirelli P Zero high-performance, wrapped around 21/22-inch double-spoke design alloy wheels. The car has also received 25-mm-lower suspension springs. All these propel the GT form a standstill to 100 kph in 3,9 seconds, 0 – 200 kph in 11,4 seconds and an astonishing top-speed of 306 kph.
The exterior of the car has also been worked on; there were added a central air-scoop on the bonnet, with 2 large air-vents near it, two black-coated 105-mm tailpipes and a black-finish bot lid spoiler.