With the McLaren 570GT now transformed to a 720S fighter, Novitec, an aftermarket tuner, has decided to proceed with adding some spice to the 570S Spider with excellent results. Inspired by the naked carbon components that are meant to enhance the aerodynamics originally made for 570S Coupe, the company chose to add an all new front spoiler which gives a more athletic front end to the 570S Spider while at the same time, improving the aerodynamic efficiency of the open top sports car. The carbon component’s shape has also been optimized in wind tunnel to decrease the lift at the front side during high speeds.
At the back, the rear spoiler of Novitec enhances the handling stability in which contours have been adapted to the 570S Spider’s sweeping back end.
The sides boast of additional carbon fiber rocket panels, giving the car a lower and longer stance. Aside from that, carbon covers have been tailor-made for the rear bumper’s sides and side air intakes to route cooling air to car’s engine even much precisely in comparison to any standard car. The modified McLaren 570S Spider of Novitec rides on the best lightweight forged wheels, which feature 5 double spokes with twenty-inch wheels at its front and twenty-one inch wheels at its rear.
The sport springs of Novitec helps improve the handling through making it direct. It has allowed open-top sports car to cope with much power under the hood in which the tuner has used 3 performance kits that extra more performance from the 3.8L twin turbo V8 engine of the sports car. Such enhancements may be deactivated or activated on demand through using Active Dynamic Panel. When needed, the 2 plug-and-play adapted modules to ECU offer ignition, injection, as well as boost pressure control.
The performance kit of Novitec takes pride from its high performance exhaust system, which produces 76 horsepower and 67 pound-foot of torque that bring a total output of 646 horsepower at 7450 rpm and its peak torque is 510 pound-foot at 6250 rpm. With this, it enables the McLaren 570S Spider to do 0-62mph in 3 seconds and reach at 208 mph top speed, which is near to the 720S supercar.