Specialized in Lamborghini tuning programs, German aftermarket specialist DMC has decided to focus for its latest project on the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. We notice they have developed a body kit manufactured from carbon fiber which the tuner says it can be removed at any time very easily. These cosmetic enhancements bring a new front slip spoiler, a new vented bonnet, bigger side skirts, a roof scoop, blacked out taillights and a custom boot lid spoiler inspired by the one found on the Ferrari 599XX. The car also gets a new set of alloys measuring 21 inches at the front with 255/30 tires and 22 inches at the rear axle with 335/25 rubbers.
The standard V12 6.2-liter engine found in the stock F12 Berlinetta is good for 740 HP and a peak torque of 509 lb-ft (690 Nm) but the Dusseldorf-based tuner was able to increase its output to 764 HP via a performance package that includes a new titanium exhaust system, enabling Ferrari’s most powerful road-legal model to reach a top speed of 218 mph (350 km/h).
The photos you see in this article are digitally manipulated as DMC has not finished work on this project. The tuner says they’ll unveil this aftermarket program in April this year so stay tuned for further details.