The German based tuner DMC has decided that the Ferrari 458 Italia is one dull vehicle and after some visual and performance upgrades, the supercar will be presented at this year’s SEMA Motor Show.
According to the German aftermarket specialists at DMC, the Ferrari 458 Italia is powered by the same 4.5 liter V8 unit, but after some tweaks to the engine, this is now developing a total output of 602 horsepower and a peak torque of 569 Nm (420 lb-ft), compared to the standard 562 HP and 540 Nm of torque (398 lb-ft), and the supercar can now hit a top speed of 330 km/h or 205 mph, compared to the “old” 325 km/h (202 mph).
The DMC Milano, as it was named by the German tuner, is using carbon fiber laser scans of the supercar to replace the original parts, including the bumper wings, side skirts, rear diffuser and fog-lamp aprons, along with the mirror covers. The modified Italian supercar has been fitted with a new stainless-steel exhaust system and it’s now sitting on a fresh set of alloy rims, 9×21 inch wrapped in 255/30 tires for the front and 12×22 inch wrapped in 335/25 tires at the back.
Considering the fact that the modified Ferrari 458 Italia or the DMC Milano is going to SEMA, a sound system package was also installed on the supercar, courtesy of the Hollywood-based sound specialists Al & Ed.