Novitec offers three tuning levels for the lightweight Senna, with the top offering raising outputs to an insane 889 horsepower (Novitec quotes the 902 PS/metric horsepower figure) and 655 lb-ft. Within this exclusive sphere of performance, seemingly minor improvements take on a whole new significance here. To that end, the 0-62 mph time drops by just a tenth of a second to 2.7 seconds, but there is a bigger improvement in the 0-124 mph time, which decreases from 6.8 to 6.5 seconds.
The improvements to the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 come courtesy of the Novitec N-Tronic module, which introduces revised mapping and changes to the electronic boost pressure control. Saving even more weight is a new, F1-derived Inconel exhaust system which the tuner claims allows the engine to breathe more freely, while also doing a better job of maintaining optimal operating temperatures.