Saturday, March 23, 2013

DMC Tuning Gives Ferrari F12 Berlinetta a Thorough Makeover

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If we were the owners of a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, we'd honestly not try to have it modified in any way. However, there are F12 owners out there who would like to make their car stand out even more, and that's what DMC Tuning of Germanypromises to offer with its new F12 "Spia" program.
DMC garnish the car with a carbon fiber body kit, which is comprised of a larger front splitter (highly-prone to getting scratched/chipped), new side skirts and a revised rear diffuser. At the back, you will no doubt notice the smoked rear lights, and the boot-lid spoiler, which is reminiscent of that fitted by Ferrari on the 599XX.
Custom 21- or 22-inch wheels are also added for good measure, as is the a roof scoop. If you remember playing the first Need For Speed: Underground games, you will undoubtedly remember you were able to give any car, even a Golf, a roof scoop without any other mods. DMC doesn't say if it serves a purpose here, though.
The 6.3-liter V12 engine is left untouched, but it does get a modest power increase, courtesy of a titanium exhaust system, which gives the car 24 extra horsepower, for a total of 754 hp (764PS). However, as with all tuning projects like this, it's up to the customer to choose the extent of the modifications, and we're sure that if you go to DMC with a lot of cash, they'll make you something even more extreme than this.
By Andrei Nedelea




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