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

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

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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!]