Posted on Leave a comment

First Photos: DMC Ferrari Roma 2022

DMC Ferrari Roma Banner

Watch the video: CLICK HERE (4K YouTube)

Last December we showed you the renders of DMC’s 2022 new Ferrari. Now the car is on the street and first photos have emerged that we don’t want you to miss. Introducing the brand new DMC Ferrari Roma  “Fuego”!

The Roma is one of the latest models that Ferrari has launched, and it didn’t come without polarizing features. Some think it’s too much Aston Martin, while others have welcomed the new style. DMC, Super Car Tuner from Germany, decided to bring all sides together by creating a new Roma, that aims to please both sides. DMC started with an agressive engine tuning that unleashes a peak output of 708 hp and a peak torque of 888 Nm from the 3.9-liter twin-turbo eight-cylinder engine. This revised engine catapults the Roma to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and gives it a top speed 326 km/h. But the German engineers didn’t stop there. The DMC carbon aerodynamic-enhancement components not only support the additional power, but also create an aggressive looking beast. Professional 21-inch and 22-inch forged wheels, developed with Canadian rim manufacturer PUR WHEELS, optimally fill out the available space under the wheel arches. The German company’s range also includes suspension modifications as well as the customization of the interior tailored to the customer’s personal preferences. 

DMC has has been performing engine tuning since 2009 to make super cars even more sporty. It has to be noted that the actual 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 in the bow of the Roma remains untouched, the performance upgrade was achieved in several steps. In order to optimize the power delivery further, the engineers of the tuner developed modified controls for the electronic engine management system. All output levels use a DMC control module, which introduces specifically calibrated mapping for injection and ignition. It also upgrades the electronic boost pressure control. These measures benefit more than just the power delivery. They also further optimize the throttle response and the powerful in-gear acceleration. When comparing with the stock Roma, the peak output of the eight-cylinder engine increases by 88 hp while peak torque grows by 128 Nm over the standard configuration. With 708 hp at 888 Nm, the Roma now sprints from 0 – 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and reaches a speed of 200 km/h after a jaw dropping 8.9 seconds. The top speed is in excess of 325 km/h. And this is supported by what DMC is doing best. The German designers used the latest Aerodynamic Software to develop a body styling kit that makes the Roma even more streamlined and aerodynamically efficient. Gone are the days of analogue wind-tunnel tests which are good but bear too many factors for errors. With the new styling, the Ferrari Roma received an even more extravagant appearance. All bodywork components are manufactured from especially light yet high-strength naked carbon and given a matte or glossy coating.

The DMC front lip installs by attaching it to the production bumper. It adds needed downforce and and gives the Roma an aggressive front fascia. Downforce is well needed since the new engine spec is so powerful that the car needs an optimized stability at high speeds. The DMC side skirts attach directly to the stock side rocker panels and give the Ferrari a lower and sleeker visual stance in the side view and optimize the airflow between the front and rear wheel arches. In order to improve the rear up-lift, and thus achieve an optimal aerodynamic balance, DMC enhanced the Roma with a lip spoiler on the rear trunk lid. Further upgrades are the rear diffuser insert, all which reduce rear-axle lift. 

PUR WHEELS has been a long-year partner for DMC and they have produced some of the excellent wheels we have seen on DMC’s cars that were exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show.  The wheel design for the Ferrari Roma is no different. The vehicle pictured in December’s press release sports black DMC alloys with brushed surface. These wheels with five delicate double spokes are mounted on the Roma’s front axle in size 9Jx21 with tires of size 255/30 ZR 21. The 12Jx22 rims on the rear axle carry tires of size 315/25 ZR 22. 

The DMC sport springs are a new addition to DMC’s product line up, one however that perfectly makes sense. They are tailored specifically to these high-performance tires and lower the ride height of the Ferrari by about 35 millimeters.

As usual, DMC also fulfills the personal wishes of every customer in the cockpit with perfectly finished leather and Alcantara interiors. There is no limit when it comes to personal taste, and the the selection of colors is just as infinite as the range of designs. Depending on country of residence, this range can even include exotic leathers such as croco and others.

Posted on Leave a comment

Porsche Taycan “GT3”

DMC Porsche Taycan GT3 Carbon Fiber Rear Wing Spoiler

After launching their first take on Porsche’s new Taycan, DMC is now back. Introducing a brand new 2022 iteration of its Aero Kit for the fully electric Porsche: Introducing the new DMC Taycan GT3.

The Taycan is one of the latest models that Porsche has launched, and it didn’t come without polarizing features. Some think its design is too much off the traditional Porsche DNA, while others have welcomed the new style. DMC, Super Car Tuner from Germany, decided to bring all sides together by creating a new Taycan, that aims to please both sides. 

DMC decided for a  subtle yet aggressive with a professinal enhancement which not only supports the Taycan’s stock power, but also creates an aggressive looking beast: A carbon fiber aero-package, combined with professional 22-inch forged wheels, developed with Canadian rim manufacturer PUR WHEELS, which optimally fill out the available space under the wheel arches.

The German designers used the latest Aerodynamic Software to develop a body styling kit that makes the Taycan even more streamlined and aerodynamically efficient. Gone are the days of analogue wind-tunnel tests which are good but bear too many factors for errors. With the new aero-kit styling, the Porsche Taycan received an even more extravagant appearance. The components are manufactured from especially light yet high-strength naked carbon and give a matte or glossy coating.

In order to improve the rear up-lift, and thus achieve an optimal aerodynamic balance, DMC enhanced the Tacyan with a combination of 2 spoilers on the rear trunk lid. The bigger rear wing adds needed downforce, which comes in handy when the Taycan is used on track or curvy roads during performance events. It is installed on top of a smaller duck spoiler, which also can be used stand-alone. Clients that don’t like big aero-specs will love the elegant duck spoiler which covers the OEM rear wing. It has an integrated trunk lip wing, which lightly reduces rear-axle lift and adds a sporty appearance to the rear fascia.

For clients that truly want to stand-out of the crowd, DMC is making use of its sister company ZESAD’s CNC services. The brackets that hold the wing to its base spoiler are individually crafted from forged aluminium. ZESAD can draft 3D files with the clients logo, it’s name or any other design, make the legs taller or shorter (subject to aero-calculations) and hence make a truly 1 of 1 custom product.

As for the rims, PUR WHEELS has been a long-year partner for DMC and they have produced some of the excellent wheels we have seen on DMC’s cars that were exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show.  The wheel design for the Porsche Taycan is no different. Even though the vehicle pictured in this press release is not the standard DMC / PUR iteration, a full package is available on request. These wheels sport five delicate double spokes and are mounted on the Taycan’s front axle in size 10Jx22 with  11.5Jx22 on the rear. 

As usual, DMC also fulfills the personal wishes of every customer in the cockpit with perfectly finished leather and Alcantara interiors. There is no limit when it comes to personal taste, and the the selection of colors is just as infinite as the range of designs. Depending on country of residence, this range can even include exotic leathers such as croco and others.

We welcome you to learn more at https://www.DMC.ag 

4K YOUTUBE VIDEO: PLEASE CLICK HERE

CLICK ON THE IMAGES BELOW TO OPEN 4K HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTOS:

ABOUT US:

DMC LUXURY is a group of companies, proudly celebrating their German Heritage:

DMC Exotic Car Tuning Limited designs and manufactures exclusive automobiles that redefines luxury tuning for owners of Lamborghini, Ferrari and other supercar automobiles.

Petrol blood in it’s second generation, DMC’s CEO learned from his father about cars. He taught his son what he acquired in a lifetime lesson, starting 1956 at age 14. That’s 64 years of German automobile heritage.

DMC now offers individualization options for your car’s interior and exterior designs that are TUV certified and regularly exposed at the prestigious Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland.

The company was founded in Germany 2009 and quickly expanded to Hong Kong and the Middle East, where it developed its major hot-spots. Over the years, DMC became the de-facto reference for Lamborghini refinement. Our works on the Diablo, Murcielago and Gallardo paved the way for its initial history. But the company earned over-night fame when it launched the Aventador “Molto Veloce” in 2012.

Web: https://www.DMC.ag

ZESAD GmbH was created in 2013, as part of the group’s industrial expansion . The company supplies Car Makers,  Car Designers and Car Tuners with custom parts:

Made of CNC Milled Billet Aluminium, Carbon Fiber and ABS Prototypes, ZESAD assists its clients to make their dreams come true. The company guides each client, on every possible level: Industrial design, 3D Scanning and Prototyping are as much our business as the final production phase.

Web: https://www.ZESAD.com

Posted on Leave a comment

Porsche 992 “GT3 RS 97” Concept Study by DMC

DMC Porsche 992 GT3 RS Retro Rear Wing Spoiler Carbon Fiber for Carrera and GTS

Watch the video: CLICK HERE (4K YouTube) – Download photos: CLICK HERE (4K Images)

German Tuner DMC has developed a strong affinity for Porsche over the recent years. In particular the latest 992 model has received lots of attention from the Duesseldorf Engineers. 

 

So it came to no surprise when a wealthy Chinese individual has approached the team to ask for a GT3 RS Concept Study. Since the car hasn’t been officially launched by Porsche in 2021, when the project started, DMC decided to take a visual design approach, rather than a complete package. 

 

The idea was born to incorporate Stuttgart Retro DNA, which lead the tuner to apply the epic Porsche 997 Design. 

 

When the 997 GT3RS was unveiled in 2006, its muscular-looking rear end concealed a wider track that not only improved directional stability but also increased the potential cornering grip. Drag was increased and top speed  reduced due to the larger rear wing as well. It was a car that was radical back then and still is nowadays, it truly became a young icon. 

 

To recreate this retro design for the 992, DMC’s designers decided to first reverse engineer the duck wing that held the 997 GT3RS wing, and adapt it for the 992 rear base. Unlike the recent 992 GT3, which holds the wing above its center vents, the previous generations of Porsche RS cars had always installed the aerodynamic spoiler on the engine bonnet.

 

For the next step, DMC did a 3D scan of an original 997 GT3RS wing, and ported it’s design to match the reverse engineered duck spoiler. Just like the original, the wing is completely adaptable in angles, allowing for a variety of street, track and cruise settings. 

 

Looking at the final result, one could beg the question – if this is necessary at all? The purpose of this project was never to create the next GT3 RS, the base car was too weak to start with. But it’s a beautiful example that shows DMC’s passion for cars, and one of their basic principles when designing their aerodynamic solutions. To create a product that doesn’t look tuned or aftermarket at all. To stay in line with the original design, instead of making something that looks slapped on. And to honour the car in questions DNA and history by using a retro approach.

The car was presented in Shanghai to a very happy client that can be sure to have a 1 of 1 concept study. DC Town lead the project locally and took some amazing photos of the unveiling, let us know in the comments what you think!

 
To learn more about DMC, we invite you to visit www.DMC.ag or follow our Instagram at @DmcLuxury
Posted on Leave a comment

Ferrari 296 GTB “Squalo” by DMC (888 HP)

DMC Ferrari 296 GTB Forged Carbon Fiber Aero Kit 888 HP

Watch the video: CLICK HERE (4K YouTube) – Download photos: CLICK HERE (4K Images)

 

German Tuner DMC has started 2022 with a bang into digital life. It’s accepting Crypto for payments, announed a Limited NFT collection in the Metaverse, and celebrates it’s new exclusive Ferrari GTB Package: Introducing the DMC 296 “Squalo”

 

It really seems that last year was all about NFTs and the Crypto Hype. But how does that fit into the life of a Car Tuner? With the launch of its brand new Ferrari 296 package, clients now have the choice to pay with Crypto Currencies such as BitCoin. “There have already been transactions in the past”, explains DMC’s Business Development manager Thorsten Grebers, “so it just made sense to add them as a payment option. And we are not stopping there. We have launched an exclusive NFT collection: It is not based on a Retropixel 2D image, but 3D copy of the car. As such, it can be enjoyed in the Metaverse or DMC’s own Augmented Reality app. If you are interested to learn more, visit www.DMC.ag/NFT “.

 

But DMC wouldn’t be able to go digital, if it hadn’t made itself a name for extreme real world cars. The 296 “Squalo”, which is Italian for Shark, is just another example for that.

 

The 296 is Ferraris first attempt on a V6/Electro Hybrid, which means you can choose between electricity or fossil fuel. DMC loved the idea and went to the drawing board, coming up with a package that supplements the GTB: The German tuner started with a subtle engine tuning that unleashes a peak output of 888 hp total (combined from the 3 Liter twin-turbo six-cylinder and the electric engines). The electric engines were obviously not touched, so they still supply their individual power and torque (165bhp and 232lb ft). This revised engine catapults the Roma to 200 km/h in just 7.1 seconds. 

 

But the Engineers from Duesseldorf didn’t stop there: The DMC CFAEC (Carbon Fiber Aerodynamic Enhancement Components) not only support the additional power, but also create an aggressive looking shark, hence the name Squalo. Professional 21-inch and 22-inch forged wheels, developed with Canadian rim manufacturer PUR WHEELS, optimally fill out the available space under the wheel arches. And lastly, the company’s range also includes suspension modifications as well as the customization of the interior – tailored to the customer’s personal preferences.

 

PERFORMANCE

 

DMC has has been performing engine tuning since 2009 to make super cars even more sporty. In the 296’s case, it has to be noted that the actual 3-liter Twin-Turbo V6 in the 296 GTB remains untouched. The performance upgrade was achieved in several steps: 

 

In order to optimize the power delivery further, the engineers of the tuner developed modified controls for the electronic engine management system. All output levels use a DMC control module, which introduces specifically calibrated mapping for injection and ignition. It also upgrades the electronic boost pressure control. These measures benefit more than just the power delivery. They also further optimize the throttle response and the powerful in-gear acceleration. When comparing with the stock 296, the peak output of the six-cylinder engine increases by 80 hp from 653 HP to 723 HP (Petrol Engine). The GTB now sprints from 0 – 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds and reaches a top speed in excess of 308 km/h. 

 

AERO-DYNAMICS

 

The German designers used the latest Aerodynamic Software to develop a body styling kit that makes the GTB even more streamlined and aerodynamically efficient. Gone are the days of analogue wind-tunnel tests which are good but bear too many factors for errors. With the new “Squalo” styling, the Ferrari 296 GTB received an even more extravagant appearance, while adding the downforce needed for the new power. All bodywork components are manufactured from especially light yet high-strength naked carbon and given a matte or glossy coating.

 

The DMC 296 Rear Spoiler adds needed downforce and and gives the GTB an aggressive rear fascia. Downforce is well needed since the new engine spec is so powerful that the car needs an optimized stability at high speeds. The DMC side skirts attach directly to the stock side rocker panels and give the Ferrari a lower and sleeker visual stance in the side view and optimize the airflow between the front and rear wheel arches. In order to improve the rear up-lift, and thus achieve an optimal aerodynamic balance, DMC enhanced the 296 with a lip spoiler on the rear trunk lid. Further upgrades are the rear diffuser insert, all which reduce rear-axle lift. 

 

WHEELS

 

PUR WHEELS has been a long-year partner for DMC and they have produced some of the excellent wheels we have seen on DMC’s cars that were exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show.  The wheel design for the Ferrari 296 Squalo is no different. The vehicle pictured in this press release sports black DMC alloys with brushed surface. These wheels with five delicate double spokes are mounted on the Roma’s front axle in size 9Jx21 with tires of size 255/30 ZR 21. The 12Jx22 rims on the rear axle carry tires of size 315/25 ZR 22. 

 

OTHER

 

The DMC sport springs are a new addition to DMC’s product line up, one however that perfectly makes sense. They are tailored specifically to these high-performance tires and lower the ride height of the Ferrari by about 35 millimeters. As usual, DMC also fulfills the personal wishes of every customer in the cockpit with perfectly finished leather and Alcantara interiors. There is no limit when it comes to personal taste, and the the selection of colors is just as infinite as the range of designs. Depending on country of residence, this range can even include exotic leathers such as croco and others.

 
To learn more about DMC, we invite you to visit www.DMC.ag or follow our Instagram at @DmcLuxury
Posted on Leave a comment

OFFICIAL: Porsche Taycan 2022 “Sprinter” by DMC

Watch the video: (4K YouTube)

After recently launching their take on the Ferrari Roma, German Tuner DMC is now showing its love for Stuttgart. And this time around, they don’t come alone: Using rims from Canadian Wheels Company PUR, they introduce us to the brand new Porsche Taycan 2022 “Sprinter”!

The Taycan is one of the latest models that Porsche has launched, and it didn’t come without polarizing features. Some think its design is too much off the traditional Porsche DNA, while others have welcomed the new style. DMC, Super Car Tuner from Germany, decided to bring all sides together by creating a new Taycan, that aims to please both sides. 

DMC decided for a  subtle yet aggressive with a professinal enhancement which not only supports the Taycan’s stock power, but also creates an aggressive looking beast: A carbon fiber aero-package, combined with professional 22-inch forged wheels, developed with Canadian rim manufacturer PUR WHEELS, which optimally fill out the available space under the wheel arches.

The German designers used the latest Aerodynamic Software to develop a body styling kit that makes the Taycan even more streamlined and aerodynamically efficient. Gone are the days of analogue wind-tunnel tests which are good but bear too many factors for errors. With the new aero-kit styling, the Porsche Taycan received an even more extravagant appearance. The components are manufactured from especially light yet high-strength naked carbon and give a matte or glossy coating.

In order to improve the rear up-lift, and thus achieve an optimal aerodynamic balance, DMC enhanced the Tacyan with a combination of 2 spoilers on the rear trunk lid. The bigger rear wing adds needed downforce, which comes in handy when the Taycan is used on track or curvy roads during performance events. It is installed on top of a smaller duck spoiler, which also can be used stand-alone. Clients that don’t like big aero-specs will love the elegant duck spoiler which covers the OEM rear wing. It has an integrated trunk lip wing, which lightly reduces rear-axle lift and adds a sporty appearance to the rear fascia.

For clients that truly want to stand-out of the crowd, DMC has developed a rear LED cover with illuminated PORSCHE logo. It adds onto the rear center LED bar,  and has an integrated light source, making the brand letters light up proudly at night. It has since been copied by other tuners, showing that the concept of braking the rear LED is not too far fetched. It may not be for everyone, but it will certainly take attention.

PUR WHEELS has been a long-year partner for DMC and they have produced some of the excellent wheels we have seen on DMC’s cars that were exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show.  The wheel design for the Porsche Taycan is no different. The vehicle pictured in this press release sports black DMC alloys with brushed surface. These wheels with five delicate double spokes are mounted on the Taycan’s front axle in size 10Jx22 with  11.5Jx22 on the rear. 

As usual, DMC also fulfills the personal wishes of every customer in the cockpit with perfectly finished leather and Alcantara interiors. There is no limit when it comes to personal taste, and the the selection of colors is just as infinite as the range of designs. Depending on country of residence, this range can even include exotic leathers such as croco and others.

We welcome you to learn more at https://www.DMC.ag 

Posted on Leave a comment

Official: Ferrari Roma 2022 “Fuego” by DMC

Ferrari Roma Carbon Fiber Aero Kit Side Skirts Front Lip Rear Wing Spoiler and Diffuser

Watch the video: CLICK HERE (4K YouTube)

With the absence of new Lamborghini Models, German Tuner DMC is concentrating on the pranking horse of Maranello. Introducing the brand new Ferrari Roma 2022 “Fuego”!

The Roma is one of the latest models that Ferrari has launched, and it didn’t come without polarizing features. Some think it’s too much Aston Martin, while others have welcomed the new style. DMC, Super Car Tuner from Germany, decided to bring all sides together by creating a new Roma, that aims to please both sides. DMC started with an agressive engine tuning that unleashes a peak output of 708 hp and a peak torque of 888 Nm from the 3.9-liter twin-turbo eight-cylinder engine. This revised engine catapults the Roma to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and gives it a top speed 326 km/h. But the German engineers didn’t stop there. The DMC carbon aerodynamic-enhancement components not only support the additional power, but also create an aggressive looking beast. Professional 21-inch and 22-inch forged wheels, developed with Canadian rim manufacturer PUR WHEELS, optimally fill out the available space under the wheel arches. The German company’s range also includes suspension modifications as well as the customization of the interior tailored to the customer’s personal preferences. 

DMC has has been performing engine tuning since 2009 to make super cars even more sporty. It has to be noted that the actual 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 in the bow of the Roma remains untouched, the performance upgrade was achieved in several steps. In order to optimize the power delivery further, the engineers of the tuner developed modified controls for the electronic engine management system. All output levels use a DMC control module, which introduces specifically calibrated mapping for injection and ignition. It also upgrades the electronic boost pressure control. These measures benefit more than just the power delivery. They also further optimize the throttle response and the powerful in-gear acceleration. When comparing with the stock Roma, the peak output of the eight-cylinder engine increases by 88 hp while peak torque grows by 128 Nm over the standard configuration. With 708 hp at 888 Nm, the Roma now sprints from 0 – 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and reaches a speed of 200 km/h after a jaw dropping 8.9 seconds. The top speed is in excess of 325 km/h. And this is supported by what DMC is doing best. The German designers used the latest Aerodynamic Software to develop a body styling kit that makes the Roma even more streamlined and aerodynamically efficient. Gone are the days of analogue wind-tunnel tests which are good but bear too many factors for errors. With the new styling, the Ferrari Roma received an even more extravagant appearance. All bodywork components are manufactured from especially light yet high-strength naked carbon and given a matte or glossy coating.

The DMC front lip installs by attaching it to the production bumper. It adds needed downforce and and gives the Roma an aggressive front fascia. Downforce is well needed since the new engine spec is so powerful that the car needs an optimized stability at high speeds. The DMC side skirts attach directly to the stock side rocker panels and give the Ferrari a lower and sleeker visual stance in the side view and optimize the airflow between the front and rear wheel arches. In order to improve the rear up-lift, and thus achieve an optimal aerodynamic balance, DMC enhanced the Roma with a lip spoiler on the rear trunk lid. Further upgrades are the rear diffuser insert, all which reduce rear-axle lift. 

PUR WHEELS has been a long-year partner for DMC and they have produced some of the excellent wheels we have seen on DMC’s cars that were exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show.  The wheel design for the Ferrari Roma is no different. The vehicle pictured in this press release sports black DMC alloys with brushed surface. These wheels with five delicate double spokes are mounted on the Roma’s front axle in size 9Jx21 with tires of size 255/30 ZR 21. The 12Jx22 rims on the rear axle carry tires of size 315/25 ZR 22. 

The DMC sport springs are a new addition to DMC’s product line up, one however that perfectly makes sense. They are tailored specifically to these high-performance tires and lower the ride height of the Ferrari by about 35 millimeters.

As usual, DMC also fulfills the personal wishes of every customer in the cockpit with perfectly finished leather and Alcantara interiors. There is no limit when it comes to personal taste, and the the selection of colors is just as infinite as the range of designs. Depending on country of residence, this range can even include exotic leathers such as croco and others.

Posted on Leave a comment

Official: Aston Martin DBX “Fuerte” 2022

DMC Aston Martin DBX Carbon Fiber Body Kit

Click below to open the 4K Press Images:

Quick Facts: 

DMC launches their 2022 Aston Martin DBX

New finish in “Diamond Cherry Red”

All parts in light-weight Carbon Fiber

Sport Exhaust

Power Upgrade 808 PS and 1.000 Nm / Vmax 328 km/h and 0-100km/h in 3,8s

Full leather interior & 24″ Wheels

The DBX is the first luxury SUV from Aston Martin that also comes with 5 seats, hence creating a new category for the British Bespoke Car Maker. Nevertheless, it has all the Gene Markers that we got used to from Aston Martin’s DNA, including but not limited to Beauty, Luxury and Sporty. What did DMC do to improve upon it? Introducing the DMC Aston Martin 2022 DBX “Fuerte”:

Watch the 4K Video on YouTube: PLEASE CLICK HERE

Even though DMC is not particularly known for Aston Builts, they did modify cars from the Gaydon UK based brand in the the past. Loyal DMC fans may remember their DBS “Fakhuna”, so it was just a matter of time until the German Tuner decided to modify the DBX as well. DMC came up with a complete package, something the company is world reknowned for: Performance, Carbon Aero, Wheels and Exhaust. While DMC had started out in the carbon composite field, performance plays an ever growing role for the Luxury brand brand , showing that clients around the earth seek more that just style. WIth dealers in mostly every country, DMC has been able to build the new DBX not only involving their German team, but also their dealers, to cater for every individual taste.

Let’s start with a look at the revised Aerodynamic package, which we know, DMC is doing completely in-house since 2009: The team opted against a wide-body look, and decided to keep the overall appearance of the British DBX. Improved Downforce and Wind-Flow was achieved by developing elegant add-on parts that don’t come “over-the-top”. On the front, DMC was able to reduce turbulences with it’s Front Bumper tunnels. Made of purely dry prepeg Carbon Fiber, they not only function but add an aggressive look as well. Clients can opt for a glossy or matte finish and are able to receive a brand new style. A new option is to paint these parts as well, giving them more of an integrated look. If you feel that these tunnels look too seperate, think about having them painted in the same color as the Aston Martin’s body. 

Putting our attention to the rear,  DMC’s engineers developed a beautiful trunk wing, and a stunning roof spoiler. Both parts work well together and improve the downforce on the DBX’s rear axle. Made from the same ultra-lightweight carbon fiber (Dry Prepeg Carbon), the also look amazing ,and come with a center V weave, that we have ever seen only on Hypercars such as Pagani and Koenigsegg. Finally, the tuners from Duesseldorf Germany also came up with a new rear diffuser. The fins that add to the stock DBX rear, have got a strong appearance and help channeling the DBX’s wind under the car, if you choose to have it race on the highway. While this may first seem off the chart, we realised that the DBX is not really made as a full-fledged SUV for All-Terrain usage – we might rather see it infront of London’s luxury hotels or – on highways around the world.

DMC’s long-year partner PUR WHEELS also supported this project with a new set of DBX rims. It is the same design we saw on last week’s Roma, will it be used on all of DMC’s 2022 product launches. The wheels come in Dimensions of 10×24″ (Front) and 12.5×24″ (Rear) with suitable tyre specs of 295/30R24 and 355/25R24. These improve the sporty feeling, and also give an overall fuller appearance for the wheel arches. While the finish on the wheels shown above is matte black, there is no limit when it comes to client’s choices.

Let’s have a look at the strongest part of DMC’s DBX package. The best part of Aston Martin’s SUV is its V8 Twin Turbo Engine. DMC came up with a brand new Engine Management (ECU), bigger Turbo-Loaders, a Sport-Filter and a new ultra-lightweight exhaust system. DMC works with PP-Performance for ECU Tuning, has an in-house CNC facility (ZESAD GmbH) in Germany for the Turbo Loaders, and uses iPE Technology from Taiwan for its exhaust replacements. After the combined efforts of these brands, DMC was able to upgrade the performance to 808 PS (up from 505 PS), as well as an improved 1.000 Nm torque (Up from 700 Nm). This makes us remember the diffuser fins that originally seems out of place on the DBX, but now make even more so sense on such beast. In summary, the DBX now achieves a new Vmax of 328 km/h while reaching 0 to 60 mpH in only 3,8s.

The package is finalised with an exclusive interior refinement. Using italian fine leathers, wood trims and carbon fiber, DMC creates each client’s individual dream cabin. Literally, the sky is the limit when it comes to choices or colors and materials, everything is possible, and each part that can be removed, will be removed to undergo a revision. Plenty of buttons and trims are available as a small package, a redesigned steering wheel adds on to complete a medium package, or the whole interior can be redone for the VIP package. Small and Medium Projects can be done remotely, but the car needs to be shipped to Germany if a whole interior make-over is requested.

We welcome you to visit DMC’s website for more details and contact information at https://www.DMC.ag

Posted on Leave a comment

Ferrari Roma 2022 “Fuego” by DMC

Ferrari Roma Carbon Fiber Aero Kit Side Skirts Front Lip Rear Wing Spoiler and Diffuser

Watch the video: CLICK HERE (4K YouTube)

With the absence of new Lamborghini Models, German Tuner DMC is concentrating on the pranking horse of Maranello. Introducing the brand new Ferrari Roma 2022 “Fuego”!

The Roma is one of the latest models that Ferrari has launched, and it didn’t come without polarizing features. Some think it’s too much Aston Martin, while others have welcomed the new style. DMC, Super Car Tuner from Germany, decided to bring all sides together by creating a new Roma, that aims to please both sides. DMC started with an agressive engine tuning that unleashes a peak output of 708 hp and a peak torque of 888 Nm from the 3.9-liter twin-turbo eight-cylinder engine. This revised engine catapults the Roma to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and gives it a top speed 326 km/h. But the German engineers didn’t stop there. The DMC carbon aerodynamic-enhancement components not only support the additional power, but also create an aggressive looking beast. Professional 21-inch and 22-inch forged wheels, developed with Canadian rim manufacturer PUR WHEELS, optimally fill out the available space under the wheel arches. The German company’s range also includes suspension modifications as well as the customization of the interior tailored to the customer’s personal preferences. 

DMC has has been performing engine tuning since 2009 to make super cars even more sporty. It has to be noted that the actual 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 in the bow of the Roma remains untouched, the performance upgrade was achieved in several steps. In order to optimize the power delivery further, the engineers of the tuner developed modified controls for the electronic engine management system. All output levels use a DMC control module, which introduces specifically calibrated mapping for injection and ignition. It also upgrades the electronic boost pressure control. These measures benefit more than just the power delivery. They also further optimize the throttle response and the powerful in-gear acceleration. When comparing with the stock Roma, the peak output of the eight-cylinder engine increases by 88 hp while peak torque grows by 128 Nm over the standard configuration. With 708 hp at 888 Nm, the Roma now sprints from 0 – 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds and reaches a speed of 200 km/h after a jaw dropping 8.9 seconds. The top speed is in excess of 325 km/h. And this is supported by what DMC is doing best. The German designers used the latest Aerodynamic Software to develop a body styling kit that makes the Roma even more streamlined and aerodynamically efficient. Gone are the days of analogue wind-tunnel tests which are good but bear too many factors for errors. With the new styling, the Ferrari Roma received an even more extravagant appearance. All bodywork components are manufactured from especially light yet high-strength naked carbon and given a matte or glossy coating.

 

The DMC front lip installs by attaching it to the production bumper. It adds needed downforce and and gives the Roma an aggressive front fascia. Downforce is well needed since the new engine spec is so powerful that the car needs an optimized stability at high speeds. The DMC side skirts attach directly to the stock side rocker panels and give the Ferrari a lower and sleeker visual stance in the side view and optimize the airflow between the front and rear wheel arches. In order to improve the rear up-lift, and thus achieve an optimal aerodynamic balance, DMC enhanced the Roma with a lip spoiler on the rear trunk lid. Further upgrades are the rear diffuser insert, all which reduce rear-axle lift. 

PUR WHEELS has been a long-year partner for DMC and they have produced some of the excellent wheels we have seen on DMC’s cars that were exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show.  The wheel design for the Ferrari Roma is no different. The vehicle pictured in this press release sports black DMC alloys with brushed surface. These wheels with five delicate double spokes are mounted on the Roma’s front axle in size 9Jx21 with tires of size 255/30 ZR 21. The 12Jx22 rims on the rear axle carry tires of size 315/25 ZR 22. 

The DMC sport springs are a new addition to DMC’s product line up, one however that perfectly makes sense. They are tailored specifically to these high-performance tires and lower the ride height of the Ferrari by about 35 millimeters.

As usual, DMC also fulfills the personal wishes of every customer in the cockpit with perfectly finished leather and Alcantara interiors. There is no limit when it comes to personal taste, and the the selection of colors is just as infinite as the range of designs. Depending on country of residence, this range can even include exotic leathers such as croco and others.

Posted on Leave a comment

Ferrari F8 Tributo “Estremo”

Don’t want to read? Watch the video now!

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Grill Vents for the OEM Bumper 0003
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Grill Vents for the OEM Bumper 0003

DMC had an immense hit with their 488 Ferrari package, a popular aerodynamic package among GTB owners. When the F8 Tributo came to market, it was just a matter of time for DMC to bring on a successor. Today, releasing the Ferrari F8 Tributo “Estremo”, the Germans give us an insight on this new beast which wants to continue its siblings previous success story.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Wing Spoiler for the OEM Bumper 0009
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Wing Spoiler for the OEM Bumper 0009

First thing that takes our attention is DMC’s continued quest to design kits that don’t look tuned. Looking at their aerodynamic package, the car infront of us could very well be mistaken for a F8 “Pista” from the original Ferrari Factory. All lines from DMC are in absolute harmony with the shape of the OEM parts, ready to drop jaws.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Diffuser for the OEM Bumper 0008
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Diffuser for the OEM Bumper 0008

When we pay more attention to detail, we immediate notice that the wing is quite smaller compared with their previous 488 package, but boy does it still look good! Made from Prepeg Carbon Fiber, as all components of the kit, DMC’s spoiler adds around 100 KG of downforce with an aggressive appearance.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Wing Spoiler for the OEM Bumper 0007
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Wing Spoiler for the OEM Bumper 0007

Right under it, the German’s have paid an homage to Ferrari’s classic design, adding a carbon fiber fascia between the blacked out (details!) rear lights. It gives us goosebumps and reminds without doubt to the early days of the Classic F360.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Wing Spoiler for the OEM Bumper 0006
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Wing Spoiler for the OEM Bumper 0006

To our surprise, the Rear Diffuser has been mostly kept OEM, with just a slight enlargement of the diffuser’s fins. DMC argues that the OEM car has an amazing aero spec already, giving a perfect road stability. Well we certainly don’t mind the fact that it now comes in ultra-light weight carbon, shredding off some weight. And the diffuser really looks great as it came from factory Ferrari.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Side Skirts for the OEM Bumper 0005
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Side Skirts for the OEM Bumper 0005

Moving over to the sides, we see DMC’s newly developed Side Skirts, and slowly understand how they manage to keep the original look. Besides following the car original body’s lines as we mentioned earlier, we do see DMC’s integration of original classic Ferrari shapes.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Side Skirts for the OEM Bumper 0002
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Side Skirts for the OEM Bumper 0002

The sides skirts are add on parts that remind us of the 458 Speciale, yet larger and adopted to the F8 Tributo’s improved aero specs that DMC explains, was completely developed by wind-tunnel software.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Grill Vents for the OEM Bumper 0001
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Grill Vents for the OEM Bumper 0001

The front fascia has received a complete transformation as well, even though no parts were replaced. Significantly the head lights have been partially covered to adopt the FXX style appearance we saw on previous Ferrari creations. Right below them, we find two bumper vents that have received grill covers, adding to the aggressive new look. The kit is completed with a set of add-on Front Lip Carnards. They widen the appearance of the DMC F8 “Estremo” and reduce wind turbulences that may appear near the front wheels.

Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Front Lip Carnards for the OEM Bumper 0004
Ferrari F8 Tributo Carbon Fiber Front Lip Carnards for the OEM Bumper 0004

The aerodynamic kit was created to support DMC’s engine modification. While the stock F8 is able to perform at 710 HP, the Germans from Dusseldorf have once again shown that they are the master of ECU modification by pushing it up to 788 HP. This increased power train pushes the maximum speed from stock 340 KM/H to 350 KM/H, which is also achieved by a modified Exhaust System. The ride from 0-100 KM/H (0-62 mp/h) was slightly improved from 2.9 to 2.8 seconds.

Video: Ferrari F8 Tributo by DMC (YouTube)

About DMC:

DMC’s founders have been actively involved in tuning Ferraris and Lamborghinis for many years, before deciding to start the brand in 2009. The team has strong passion for designing and manufacturing products that enhance super-cars. Undoubtedly their favourite material is Carbon Fiber. The head quarter is in Duesseldorf Germany, where most product development takes place, but the company’s main operations are in Asia. Having two own offices in Hong Kong and Bangkok, shows the success that “Made in Germany” has in this regions of the world. Recent mile-stones include TUV Certification and the participation as exhibitor in the world-class Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. We welcome you to visit www.DMC.ag , to learn more about our Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren and AMG aftermarket solutions.

Posted on 4 Comments

Ferrari 812 Superfast “Spia”

Don’t want to read? Watch the video now!

DMC Ferrari 812 Superfast Carbon Fiber Body Kit with Wide Body Flaps
Click to open the high-res file

DMC had an immense hit with their F12 Ferrari package, a popular aerodynamic package among Berlinetta owners. When the 812 came to market, it was just a matter of time for DMC to bring on a successor. Today, releasing the 812 Superfast “Spia”, the Germans give us an insight on this new beast which wants to continue its siblings previous success story.

Let’s start with the candies, DMC’s Ferrari 812 Performance Package, and the Forged Rims:

Ferrari 812 Superfast Carbon Fiber Body kit with Rear Wing Spoiler
Click to open the high-res file

The standard Superfast comes with 788 hp, more than any street-legal Ferrari has had before, but that’s just too kind for the tuners from Duesseldorf. DMC have developed a performance package that pushes the the Stallion from Modena to the 820 hp mark, a strength which enables the car to reach nearly 350 Km/H. This newly gained power is partially achieved in combination with the new Titanium Exhaust which also holds another gimmick in petto, a martial brutal sound.

Ferrari 812 Superfast Carbon Fiber Body kit with Front Lip Splitter
Click to open the high-res file

All this is supported by a new set of forged 21″/22″ Rims and Sport Springs.

Designed as an upgrade to the OEM 20″ wheels, DMC decided to develop for a combination of 21″ at the front and 22″ at the rear. This does not only further add to the picture of a Lion waiting for its prey, but also improves the overall handling. And even though they are larger than their OEM siblings, they are some of the lightest found, because of their forged alloy nature.  The sport springs finalise the new appearance by supporting the new weight-ratio and handling.  The front is built in 9,5 x 21″ , using Pirelli Sport Tyres in dimensions of 255/30, and the rear has the 12×22 dimension in dimensions 335/25. It is crucial to mention that DMC is using the highest-grade 3 piece wheels made of forged alloy, which can be ordered in either Midnight Black or any other finish that the exclusive clientele sees fit.

Ferrari 812 Superfast Carbon Fiber Body kit with Rear Diffuser
Click to open the high-res file

The Carbon Fiber Body Kit, is a massive improvement upon the OEM look. Following DMC tradition, it features an whole new, aggressive new look, which is put together by a complete aerodynamic package: The front fascia is refined with a prominent bumper splitter, which not only extends the car, but also features it’s own air channels, overall improving the road stability.

Ferrari 812 Superfast Carbon Fiber Body kit with Front Bumper
Click to open the high-res file

The Bumper flaps feature the option to receive F1 style Carnard Grills and are completely made of carbon fiber. They are surrounded by a wider frame that can be painted if clients choose to follow DMC’s design direction. The same frames can be found on the rear of the DMC 812, presenting another bold item. Together with the front, the car thereby gaining more prominence and sits in alliance with the newly designed aerodynamics.

Ferrari 812 Superfast Carbon Fiber Body kit with Side Skirt
Click to open the high-res file

The extended side skirts not only add to a better road stability by using a pair of diffuser plates, but also stand out with flaps that match the ones that are also found on the front diffuser.

Ferrari 812 Superfast Carbon Fiber Body kit with Rear Wing Spoiler
Click to open the high-res file

The trunk receives an 599XX esque spoiler wing, which goes well along with the newly designed rear diffuser. A similar spoiler had already been seen on DMC’s previous F12 package and it looks amazing on the 812 as well. As all components of this kit, made of 100% carbon fiber, it showcases giant fins that add further to the aggressive appearance. DMC also manufactures rear light replacements that have a tinted appearance, which looks especially good on red, blue, or really any body colour.

It’s worthwhile to mention that DMC guarantees again no visible damage by using their components, the car can be, at any time, be returned to the OEM look, which can be useful.

The package is finalised with exclusive interior refinements using italian fine leathers and carbon finer. Plenty of buttons and trims are available as a small package, a redesigned steering wheel adds on to complete a medium package or the whole interior can be redone for the VIP package. Small and Medium Projects can be done remotely, but the car needs to be shipped to Germany if a whole interior make-over is requested.

Ferrari 812 Superfast Carbon Fiber Body kit with Side Skirts
Click to open the high-res file

The color this car is planned with is dubbed Starshine Blue by DMC. It’s a deep gloss version of Modena’s Azzurro, mixed metallic glitter that reminds us of Italian Summernights.

Do you like the car? Let us know in the comments!