German tuner adds a 3D-scan generated carbon aero kit along with 222 additional horses to the Ferrari FF.

German tuner DMC has announced a new package for the Ferrari FF it calls Maximus. But the optics proposed here are appealingly subtle.

Using a 3D scanner to match its carbon body panels perfectly to the FF, DMC will add a new aerodynamic kit set to include new bumpers, side scoops, rear diffuser, trunk spoiler and a rear wing. The front nose will also be longer and sharper and the weight savings will amount to a substantial 70 kg (154 lbs) as the 3D scanner allows for the carbon parts to replace existing panels instead of being bolted on.

The real maximization takes place under the hood where DMC says it will add twin superchargers to the 6.0 liter V12 engine of the Ferrari FF. Coupled with a stainless-steel sport exhaust with 90 mm tailpipes, a new intake manifold, larger fuel-injectors, high-flow air filters and a large intercooler, the FF Maximus will boast a total of 888 PS (653 kW / 876 hp) and 862 Nm (636 lb-ft) of torque - up a whopping 222 PS (160 kW / 225 hp) and 179 Nm (132 lb-ft) over the series edition.

0 to 100 km/h will take just 3.2 seconds and 200 km/h is reached in 9.1. Top speed will be beyond the 340 km/h (211 mph) mark.

For the ride, DMC plans on lightweight rims - 21-inches at the front and 22-inches at the back wrapped in Pirelli Pzero tires - lowering springs and a front-axle lift system.

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