2014 DMC Ferrari F12 SPIA
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(from DMC Exotic Car Tuning Limited Press Release) 2014 DMC Ferrari F12 SPIA
Luxury refiner DMC can't stop taking it's hand of the pranking horse. While the company has become famous for Lamborghini, it is also taking on more Ferraris. Their current Berlinetta package was recently captured by photo wizzard Linus Lam, and we simply love the car and the photos he took. Introducing the refiner's ultra white monster, the DMC F12 "SPIA" in Hong Kong:
Following DMC tradition, the car features a carbon fiber body kit with a whole new, aggressive new look and improved aerodynamics. The front diffuser is exchanged with a prominent new lip splitter, which not only extends the car, but also features it's own centric sword, overall improving the road stability. The front hood is completely replaced with a carbon fiber version, but the outer parts are due to be painted if clients choose to follow DMC's design direction. The optional roof scoop which is yet another significant and bold item of DMC's F12.
The extended side skirts not only add to a better road stability by using a pair of diffuser plates, but also stand out with flaps that match the ones that are also found on the front diffuser. The trunk receives an 599XX esque spoiler wing, which goes well along with the newly designed rear diffuser.
As all components of this kit, the diffuser is made of 100% carbon fiber, and it showcases giant fins that add further to the aggressive appearance. It's worthwhile to mention that DMC guarantees again no visible damage by using their components, the car can be, at any time, be returned to the OEM look, which can be useful.
The package is finalised with exclusive interior refinements using italian fine leathers and carbon finer. Plenty of buttons and trims are available as a small package, a redesigned steering wheel adds on to complete a medium package or the whole interior can be redone for the VIP package. Small and Medium Projects can be done remotely, but the car needs to be shipped to Germany if a whole interior make-over is requested.