German tuner, DMC, has introduced a new tuning programme for the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta called the Spia. The customisation brings both aesthetic and power upgrades to the already potent Italian supercar.
In the looks department, the F12 Berlinetta boasts a carbon fibre body kit that includes a front splitter, redesigned side skirts, a rear diffuser, tinted taillights and a 599XX-inspired rear spoiler. DMC has also swapped the car’s factory bonnet with a new one made from the lightweight material and added a roof-mounted scoop.
Under the new carbon fibre bonnet, the 6.2-litre V12 engine has been upgraded with a titanium exhaust system that results in an extra 18kW (24HP) of power, for a total of 562kW (764HP). It rolls on a set of 21-inch front and 22-inch rear 3-piece forged alloy wheels wrapped in 255/30 front and 335/25 rear Pirelli Sport tyres.
DMC hasn’t released any performance figures, besides saying the car can hit a top speed of nearly 350km/h.