These are the 10 coolest cars modified by DMC

Founded in 2009, DMC has built a solid reputation for its luxury car modifications. Although best known for its work on Lamborghinis and Ferraris, DMC works its magic on other supercars as well. Porsche, Maserati, Aston Martin and Rolls Royce models also received the DMC touch. Through the use of carbon fiber and advanced manufacturing techniques, the company builds quality and reliable vehicles.

Not only are their creations TUV certified, but they are also regularly presented at the Geneva Motor Show. Plus, they offer conversions that go beyond interior and exterior upgrades. The power units are no slouch, as they are tuned to deliver more punch. With passion put into the design and manufacturing processes, you won’t be wrong to see their work as a work of art. Here is a review of the ten coolest cars modified by DMC.

ten Maserati MC20 “Sovrana”

While the ordinary mind would think the impressive Maserati MC20 is too good to be modified, DMC thinks otherwise. On the outside, DMC gave the MC20 a new grille, more air intakes and a rear spoiler to make it look more aggressive. Inside the expertly constructed cabin, it gained exceptionally soft leather upholstery, aluminum pedals and a new steering wheel.

DMC also tuned the MC20’s twin-turbo V6 mill to produce 715 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. For a hint of how fast it can go, the production car, backed by 621 ponies, hits 60 mph in 3.2 seconds.

9 Rolls Royce Cullinan “Emperor”

While the Rolls Royce Cullinan still impresses with a velvety V12 mill, the Emperor is meaner and faster. The exterior is improved with features such as a carbon fiber hood, wider wheel arches, redesigned side skirts and a redesigned rear apron, among others. Retaining the Starlight headliner, the already sumptuous cabin is completely covered in the finest leather.

Output from the 6.7-liter V12 mill is now a more impressive 607 hp and 704 lb-ft of torque. With all the mods, the hulking luxury SUV sees 62mph in under five seconds and tops out at 175mph.

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8 Ferrari Roma “Fuego”

The latest Ferrari Roma is a $226,570 supercar that impresses with its gorgeous looks and versatile driving character. Falling under DMC’s magical spell, power went from 612 hp and 561 lb-ft to 698 hp and 655 lb-ft. With the upgraded engine, the Roma hits 62 mph in just 3.2 seconds on its way to a top speed of 203 mph.

The Roma becomes more aerodynamically efficient thanks to the latest aerodynamic software and carbon fiber body components. Along with supporting the increased horsepower, the body mods also give the Roma a more aggressive stance.

seven Porsche Taycan GT3

With their work on the Taycan GT3, DMC craftsmen are showing the world that electric vehicles can be just as customizable as gasoline-powered models. They gave the Taycan two spoilers on the rear trunk lid for optimal aerodynamic balance. To provide enough downforce to improve cornering, they stuck on a taller rear wing.

Subject to aerodynamic calculations, customers can choose any height or length of legs holding the wings. Inside the cabin, DMC impresses customers with an elegant mix of Alcantara and leather. The Taycan GT3 rolls on a set of 22-inch rims from PUR WHEELS of Canada.

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6 Ferrari 296 GTB “Squalo”

The production Ferrari 296 GTB is an all-new exotic sports car with several exciting features. With its 816 hp plug-in hybrid powertrain, there’s plenty of power for entertaining rides. DMC engineers developed injection and ignition controls to create a more powerful car.

Now backed by 888bhp, the 296 GTB Squalo hits 62mph in 2.8 seconds and is capable of topping 191mph given enough road. Improvements to the exterior provide greater aerodynamic efficiency and improve the appearance of the car, giving it a more extravagant appearance.

5 Aston Martin DBX “Fuerta”

The Aston Martin DBX is a handsome SUV that is driven by a 542 horsepower twin-turbo engine to 60 mph in just 3.9 seconds. By SUV standard, that’s just crazy. However, since 542 hp doesn’t quite cut it by DMC standards, he tuned the twin-turbo V8 to deliver 797 hp and 738 lb-ft of twist.

Additional stylish carbon fiber parts have been used to improve the downforce, wind flow and appearance of the DBX Fuerte. Zero to 60 mph occurs in 3.8 seconds, while the “Super SUV” tops out at 204 mph.

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4 Ferrari F8 Tributo “Estremo”

As the name suggests, the F8 Tributo Esremo is a hugely modified version of a supercar with stellar capabilities. While following the car’s original body lines, DMC managed to give it an aggressive new look. The transformed front fascia includes partially covered headlights, bumper vents with grille covers and additional front lip canards.

Where it matters most, DMC has tweaked the ECU to bump the power up from 710hp to 788hp. With that much juice, the Estremo is able to see 62mph in 2.8 seconds and tops out at 218mph.

3 Ferrari 812 Superfast “Spia”

Rolling on a set of 21″/22″ forged wheels, the 812 Superfast Spia looks like a lion ready to pounce on its prey. Together with the sport springs, they contribute to improving the handling of the car. For improved road stability, the extended side skirts use a pair of diffuser plates.

The interior is tastefully done in carbon fiber and fine Italian leather. Compared to the standard 812 Superfast which was already the most powerful production Ferrari, the Spia makes an outrageous 820 hp. Emitting a brutal soundtrack, the engine is capable of taking the Spia to 218 mph.

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2 Porsche Panamera 971

Unveiled in 2016, the Panamera 971 range offers an impressive range of power options. DMC’s magic involved extensive carbon fiber refinement on the front, side and rear fascias. The vented carbon fiber hood, wider side skirts, front spoiler and rear diffuser combine to enhance the look of the car.

Under the hood, a modified ECU, sport filter and high-performance exhaust squeeze 469 hp and 435 lb-ft from the 2.9-liter V6 engine. With that, the modified Panamera is good for a 0-60mph time of 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 182mph.

1 McLaren 570S “88”

The upgraded British supercar features a dramatic array of carbon fiber and aggressive engine tuning. Pre-installed on a new carbon fiber engine cover, DMC’s rear wing spoiler was the most significant new design element. As usual, the engine also received the DMC treatment which boosted output to 633 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque.

This resulted in a 3 second acceleration to 60 mph and a top speed of 208 mph. Supplied by Fie-Exhaist, the exhaust unit contributed to the performance increase while playing an incredible soundtrack.