To start with, the Tridente. The Tridente is actually the first tuned-version of the Maserati Gran Turismo S model. So yes, Novitec gave the Gran Turismo S some exterior changes like a front spoiler, rear wing, side skirts, and 21-inch 5-spoke wheels. More importantly though, Novitec got their hands on the engine. In comes, Novitec with a supercharged 4.7L V8, an upgraded ECU and a tuned exhaust system. Power has been increased from a boring 440 hp to a whopping 600 hp. Which means, this beauty GT now has the power to support its looks.
However, the TuLesto is the one that Novitec is making a fuss about. Novitec claims that the TuLesto is their first ever own production car. Nevertheless, the body-shell and the engine suggest that it comes from a Ferrari F430. It's designed together with the Italian design studio Luca Serafini Stile in Modena, like the F430, and the engine a 4.3L V8, just like the F430. However, the 4.3 V8 now has dual superchargers, to boost the power up to a mind-blowing 777 hp, which is mated to a 6-speed semi-automatic through the rear-wheels. Launch to 60 mph comes in 3.4 seconds, and top speed is over 217 mph; wow! Only eleven units will be built, each custom-fitted in form, shape, size, color and upholstery to each future owner.