The Ferrari FF already has the reputation of a gladiator, equipped with a powerful 651hp, DOHC 48-valve V12 engine. German Tuner DMC has upgraded the Ferrari FF to an awesome 876hp from the 6.0-liter V12 with twin superchargers, a new intake manifold, enlarged fuel injectors, a massive intercooler, high-flow air filters and a stainless steel sport exhaust system with 90 mm tailpipes. DMC expects all these upgrades to give the Maximus 635.8lb/ft. of torque.
The Maximus will jump to 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds, 0-124mph in 9.1 seconds and a top speed topping 211mph. The Maximus' exterior is hooked up with a 100% carbon fiber body kit built with a 3D scanner to assure perfect dimensions. The body kit consists of new side scoops, two re-engineered bumpers, and an aerodynamically improved rear wing. The front fascia contains an extended, sharper nose and the rear fascia has an aggressively styled rear diffuser and a heightened trunk spoiler. The rear looks a bit awkward, but has lowered springs and lightweight 21in front wheels and in the rear 22in Pirelli PZero tires.
These upgrades give DMC's FF a quick and more stylish ride. All these improvements actually save the Ferrari FF Maximus 154lbs.