DMC Ferrari F12berlinetta Spia Middle East Edition Is Super Sports Car Perfection

If you wanna mod your Ferrari, here's how to do it.

Let’s face it, there’s not much you need to change about a Ferrari. They’re about as perfect as a stock car comes from the factory—meticulously made, carefully crafted, and capable of laying down incredible performance. If we had the $350,000 or so to cop a Ferrari F12berlinetta, we probably wouldn’t do much to it. But this DMC Ferrari F12berlinetta—called the Spia Middle East edition—is a good example of a custom Ferrari done right.

The changes are subtle, but sweet. DMC adds a carbon fiber front splitter, roof scoop, wider side skirts, hood, rear diffuser and rear spoiler. The rims have been upgraded to 21-inch alliys up front and 22-inch wheels in back, and for a little extra pep, DMC also remapped the ECU and subbed in a titanium exhaust, which pushes power from 730 horsepower to 766. And to finish it off, there’s a matte black stripe running along the top of the car. It looks, in a word, fresh. [Shout-out to WorldCarFans!]


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