DMC has prepared an upgrade program for the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.

They were able to lift the output of the V12 6.2-liter engine from 740 HP (544 kW) to 764 HP (562 kW) by installing a custom titanium exhaust system which enables the supercar to reach a maximum speed of almost 350 km/h (217 mph).

The next order of business was to develop a carbon fiber body kit that makes the F12 look even more aggressive. The stock hood has been replaced by a carbon fiber variant, while the roof scoop is also a novelty. There's also a prominent new lip splitter which DMC says it improves road stability, along with a new set of side skirts using a pair of diffuser plates, while at the back it gets a 599XX-inspired spoiler wing.

As a final touch, DMC has installed a new set of 21/22-inch (front/rear) alloys with Pirelli Sport Tires measuring 255/30 and 332/25, respectively.

Gallery: DMC F12 Berlinetta SPIA with 764 HP

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