German tuner offers a complete job on the Maserati Gran Turismo including an aero kit, suspension and engine tuning.

German tuner DMC has unveiled the Sovrano 2011 based on the Maserati Gran Turismo.

Tuning under the hood consist of an ECU remap along with a new supercharger that boost output on the 4.7 liter V8 to 590 PS (434 kW / 582 bhp) and 472 Nm (348 lb-ft) of torque. That's an improvement of 150 PS (110 kW / 148 bhp) and 82 Nm (60 lb-ft) over the series' numbers.

For the carbon-fiber aerodynamic kit, DMC adds a new front bumper with spoiler lip, a new lightweight bonnet with air inlets and outlets, wide-body side skirts, a boot-lid spoiler and a new rear diffuser.

DMC improves the ride with a suspension lowering by 30 mm and adds a 255/30/R20 (20-inch rims) wheel/tire combo for the front and a 305/30/R21 (21-inch rims) coupling at the back.

For the interior finish, DMC offers a leather upholstery with ornamental seams done in checkered stitching. There's also the aluminum pedals and the ergonomically-designed sport steering wheel.

Gallery: DMC Sovrano 2011 based on the Maserati GT