The aftermarket specialists at DMC have recently unveiled their latest creation, an updated Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta used to keep every headline in the automotive media for quite some time, but the replacement for the 599 GTB is currently left aside ever since the LaFerrari has made its way to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. But if everyone else is ignoring the F12 Berlinetta these days, that doesn’t mean that DMC Tuning of Germany is doing the same thing, and the supercar pictured below is signed by the tuning company.
The DMC Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has been renamed the F12 Spia and it’s coming with a carbon fiber body kit, highlighted by the larger front splitter, by the revised diffuser, the new side skirts, the smoked taillights, the boot lid spoiler roof scoop and the 210 or 22-inch custom wheels. The 6.3 liter V12 engien found under its hood isn’t left untouched either and this is now producing a total output of 754 HP, 24 HP more than the standard car, thanks to the new titanium exhaust system. DMC didn’t announce any pricing details for this upgrade package just yet.