Lamborghini tuning specialist is working on a new body kit for the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.
Best known for its Lamborghini body kits, German tuner DMC occasionally dabbles in other Italian exotics and with the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta recently hitting the market this is the perfect time to make an exception to the rule. Dubbed the "Spia" (Italian for "spy"), the project is still in the works save for DMC's Performance Package and forged alloys. The former boosts the Ferrari's output from 740 to 764 horsepower thanks to a new titanium exhaust, while the wheels are a new set of 22-inch rims complete with sport springs.
Although two inches bigger than the OEM wheels, DMC's three-piece forged alloys, available in Virgin Gold, are lighter and combined with the sport springs improves handling of the Stallion from Modena. The renderings showcase a future carbon-fiber body kit consisting of a new lip splitter, hood, roof scoop, extended side skirts with diffuser plates, a newly designed rear diffuser and 599XX-inspired rear wing. Completing the new exterior package are tinted rear lights, while an exclusive interior is upholstered in fine Italian leathers and carbon fiber. DMC's F12 kit is available to order now and will be shipped by April.