A solid power boost along with 599XX-esque exterior touches distinguish DMC's tuned Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.
Dusseldorf-based aftermarket tuning firm DMC Germany is usually more acquainted with Lamborghinis. This time, however, it has turned its attention to that "other" Italian supercar brand, Ferrari, and its F12 Berlinetta. Called the Spia, the upgraded Ferrari has been treated to a carbon-fiber body kit that includes a new hood, front splitter, updated side skirts, rear diffuser and rear spoiler. Take note of that roof-mounted air scoop and how the black trim and rear wing gives the car a 599XX-inspired appearance.
DMC also added a new set of forged alloy wheels with Pirelli Sport Tires, measuring 21 inches up front and 22 inches at the rear. Although no specifics were given, customers can also supposedly upgrade the interior with more Italian leather, carbon fiber and a sports steering wheel. The F12's 6.3-liter V12 has also received a power boost thanks to a new titanium exhaust that helps bump output to 764 horsepower. As a result, the tuner claims the Spia F12 has a top speed of almost 217 mph.