DMC, the German luxury car Tuners, is a company renowned for its customising of famous marques. They have previously worked with Maserati producing the GT Sovrano in 2011, and after eleven years, the brand has worked on the MC20. Jeremy Webb investigates DMC’s improvements to the Italian beauty.
You may think owning one of the world’s top super sports cars, such as the Maserati MC 20, is enough for most people. However, there are options for owners of MC20s to optimise performance and handling thanks to aftermarket packages from German company DMC. In discussion with the owner, DMC can tackle numerous sections of the car to tailor custom packages.
DMC’s bodywork modifications are stunning, blending seamlessly with the original Italian design. A carbon fibre radiator grille highlights the famous Maserati trident in the centre of the grille. Extra air inlets and outlets enable the new light-construction bonnet to regulate the temperature in the engine compartment. DMC has produced a front bumper with discreet GT3 vents, so the car has an even more sporty appearance.
The DMC MC20 appears much closer to the tarmac thanks to the drawn-down deep door sills. At the rear, the striking Carbon Fibre Spoiler dominates the looks with the custom CNC’ed aluminium supports, showcasing half the famous Maserati Trident.
You can also add a carbon fibre spoiler lip at the back, carbon inlay for the integrated exhaust pipes in the rear apron and a diffuser to complete the sporty look. DMC uses autoclave processing to produce all add-on parts made from Carbon Fibre.
On Sports Cars, the suspension is crucial, and DMC has used progressive sport suspension in the front and rear axles, lowering the vehicle’s centre of gravity by around 30 millimetres. Combined with the suspension, the tyres on the MC20 wide 255/30 R20 on the front and the rear 305/30 R21.
The tyres sit on forged wheels made by PUR Wheels in Canada exclusively for the Maserati MC20 models. The wheels are sprayed in the colour of the vehicle and decorated with black accents.
When you take your Maserati MC20 to DMC for customising, you’ll want to see an improvement in power output to match the handling and aerodynamic packages. DMC take the existing ECU and Air Filter and replace them with performance-optimised units.
The company has also enhanced the air throughput with a custom exhaust system with two double suction tailpipes. An extra 94 HP boosts the V6 engine of the DMC MC20 over the standard 621 HP, moving the dial up to 715 HP, and torque increases to 646Nm, from 538 Nm, a gain of 108 Nm.
DMC also takes care of the interior if you wish, using the finest materials along with skilled craftsmanship. They take hard-wearing, exceptionally soft leather to furnish the seats and other areas of the cabin. Expert handcraft, unique chequer stitching design is premium quality. You will adore the aluminium pedals and the ergonomic sporty steering wheel as you settle into the Driver’s seat.
DMC Exotic Car Tuning Limited designs and manufactures exclusive automobiles that raise the level of luxury tuning for owners of Lamborghini, Ferrari and other supercar automobiles.
DMC’s CEO’s passion for cars started in 1956 when he was 14. He gained all his early knowledge from his Father, who also had petrol running through his veins. Step forward 64 years; the owner still loves cars and uses his experience daily. The proudly German company offers you individualisation of interior and exterior areas of your vehicle.
Founded in Germany in 2009, the company quickly expanded to Hong Kong and the Middle East, where it developed its significant hot spots. DMC has become the de-facto reference for Lamborghini refinement. DMC worked on the Diablo, Murcielago and Gallardo, which paved the way for its initial history. But the company earned overnight fame when it launched the Aventador “Molto Veloce” in 2012.
DMC Maserati MC20 – Where and How?
Prices for customisation from DMC are on request, but for reference purposes, a standard Maserati MC20 costs upwards of £200,000. If you would like to read more about the cars DMC work on then, please visit www.DMC.ag.
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