Sporting the Ferrari-built twin-turbo 3,8-litre V8, the Trofeo’s standard outputs of 440 kW and 730 N.m of torque have been increased to 459 kW and 820 N.m thanks to the fitment of the Novitec N-Tronic engine control unit. This grants the SUV an improved 0-100 km/h time of a claimed 3,8 seconds. An active sound system can also be fitted for those who want to adjust the volume of the V8’s exhaust note.
The package furthermore features the Esteso V2 wide body kit, which builds on the one revealed back in 2017. Formed with polyurethane reaction injection molding, the eight-part set includes wider wheel arches, chunkier side skirts and new front bumper surrounds.
Additional visual enhancements come in the shape of a rear spoiler lip and an engine cover bonnet finished in carbon-fibre. A set of 22-inch Esteso forged alloy wheels, with 295/30 front and 335/25 rear tyres, rounds off the extreme look.
The chassis setup is enhanced by the Novitec Can-tronic suspension control module, which lowers the ride height by 25 mm. For the interior, Novitec offers various refinement options for the Levante based on customer requirements.
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