For the Ferrari F12 Berlinatta, the DMC created a new tuning package SPIA, and the premiere was on 21 March. Dusseldorf-based aftermarket tuning firm DMC Germany is usually more acquainted with Lamborghinis. This time it has turned its attention to the other Italian supercar brand, Ferrari, and its F12 Berlinetta.
The package includes a carbon fiber front spoiler, a set of thresholds, air hole in the roof, rear spoiler, which is inspired by the Ferrari 599XX. All of this make the car’s performance and handling top in the class. There are a new set of wheels 21 and 22 inches Pirelli Sport and titanium exhaust system. An enhanced V12 engine pushing it to the 764 PS mark, unlike the conventional 740 PS. The top speed increased to nearly 220mph.
Inside the car is Italian fine leather and carbon fiber while additional trims, a redesigned steering wheel and more is also on the offer. Also, DMC offers to change the interiors of the car completely, though this will require that the car need to be shipped to Germany for the complete interior makeover.